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Table of Contents
CONCEPTS............................................................................................................................................. 2
Patch Editor Layout................................................................................................................................. 4
Patch editor Control Descriptions....................................................................................................... 4
External Input...................................................................................................................................... 6
System Reset...................................................................................................................................... 6
Power requirements............................................................................................................................ 6
Program Update................................................................................................................................. 6
SYNTH TABLES....................................................................................................................................... 7
Fender Chroma Polaris....................................................................................................................... 7
Cheetah MS6...................................................................................................................................... 8
Kawai K3m.......................................................................................................................................... 8
KiwiTechnics Kiwi-3P Upgrade........................................................................................................... 9
KiwiTechnics KiwiSix Upgrade.......................................................................................................... 10
KiwiTechnics Kiwi-106 Upgrade........................................................................................................ 11
Organix Midi 3P Upgrade................................................................................................................. 12
Korg DW-6000................................................................................................................................... 13
Korg DW-8000................................................................................................................................... 14
Korg DSS-1....................................................................................................................................... 15
Korg DSM-1....................................................................................................................................... 16
Korg M1............................................................................................................................................. 17
Oberheim Matrix 6............................................................................................................................. 18
Oberhiem Matrix 1000....................................................................................................................... 19
Roland Juno-1 Juno-2 and HS-10.................................................................................................... 20
Roland JX-8P..................................................................................................................................... 21
Roland Juno-106 / MKS-7................................................................................................................. 22
Roland MKS-70 / JX-10SE................................................................................................................ 23
Roland JD-990 FX............................................................................................................................. 24
Roland JD-990 Tone......................................................................................................................... 25
Roland MKS-80................................................................................................................................. 26
Studio Electronics ATC..................................................................................................................... 27
Sequential Circuits Six-trak and Max ............................................................................................... 28
Waldorf Pulse.................................................................................................................................... 29
Waldorf Q/Q Plus MicroQ................................................................................................................. 30
Waldorf MicroWave 1........................................................................................................................ 31
Unsupported synthesizers................................................................................................................ 32
MIDI IMPLEMENTATION....................................................................................................................... 33
MidiCC Support..................................................................................................................................... 33
CONCEPTS
The Patch Editor is a compact hardware unit designed to communicate with various synthesizers
and provide control over the synthesizer parameters that can be changed. The Patch Editor concept
was arrived at because of the frustration of the parameter driven editing system adopted by many
synthesizer manufacturers. This was originally done to save manufacture costs and reduce
synthesizer size as fewer parts are required but this concept makes it difficult to edit parameter
settings quickly, especially in a 'live' situation. The Patch Editor puts you back in control by giving
you back the knobs.
Early on in the design phase it was decided not to include the Roland © PG cable formats as these
are too machine specific and even vary between the different Roland © models. A special cable is
required to interface the Patch Editor to the Roland © JX-3P and the PG-800 interface due to the
rather unusual interface formats but a standard MIDI cable is used for all other synthesizer types.
The Roland© JX-3P and PG-800 cables are easily made and details are included in the synthesizer
detail tables for the Roland© JX-3P and PG-800.
Each active controller in the Patch Editor is lit by a LED. If a control is unused it will be dark and will
have no effect. This has added to the cost of making the Patch Editor but it was felt that the visual
feedback was important for error free ease of use. Switches can be Red or Green. If a switch has an
off state then this will be normally shown as red with active states showing green. Switches that have
a normal and inverted state will show normal as green and inverted as red. Switches that have
dynamic settings will flash slowly for these settings and show steady for the non dynamic settings.
The maximum value of each control is synthesizer specific and can vary from 4 ( the maximum noise
level on a Roland© Juno-1) to 256 on a Roland © JX-3P and 4096 on Kiwitechnics Korg Polysix &
Roland Juno-106 Upgrades. These will normally be 0-63, 0-100 or 0-127 for most synthesizers.
The display will always show the control accessed and the level set. This is similar to the way the
Roland© PG-1000 operates.
The Patch Editor can be controlled via MidiCC with a MidiCC command being provided for each
control. This allows full computer control of the Synthesizer except for the Roland © JX-3P or PG-800
patches. On the JX-3P or PG-800 MIDI note data cannot be sent via the cables but all parameters
can be controlled. Due to the non-MIDI format of the output for the JX-3P & PG-800 all other
synthesizer types are disabled while the JX-3P or PG-800 is selected. When any other synthesizer
type is selected only the JX-3P and PG-800 are disabled. MidiCC commands that are invalid or
unused are either ignored or set to the nearest level depending on the control involved.
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owners.
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MidiCC support in the Patch Editor will allow systems that can only output
MidiCC to control any synth that the Patch Editor supports.
The Patch Editor can have any standard MIDI channel (1-16) set independently for each synthesizer
selected and the MIDI channel for MidiCC control to the Patch Editor can also be set. These are
remembered when the Patch Editor is switched off. It is possible to send commands to the Patch
Editor on one midi channel and the Patch Editor will output to the synth on another. This could be
useful if the control codes to the Patch Editor could be interpreted differently by the synth being
controlled.
All incoming MIDI except for commands to the Patch Editor are passed through to the MIDI out port.
All output from the Patch Editor also uses this MIDI port and this output is interlaced with any
incoming MIDI data. This introduces a 1-3mS delay as the commands are interpreted and resent.
This must be done so as the incoming MIDI can be mixed with the MIDI generated by the Patch
Editor without breaking MIDI strings. The MIDI running status byte needs to be reinserted if the
incoming string has a running status byte that has been interrupted by the Patch Editor sending out
commands. MIDI real time signals (clocks etc) are put directly to the output for a minimal delay
which is normally about 100µS no matter what is happening within the Patch Editor. All incoming
MIDI is passed to the MIDI through port without delay.
If a time critical MIDI unit is part of the chain then this should be run from the MIDI Through port to
reduce delays.
If the Patch Editor midiCC command set is being used to translate to sysex be
aware the the Patch Editor may need to send much more date than it receives so
it is important that not too much data is sent too quickly or the Patch Editor
buffers will overflow resulting in corrupted midi. This will cause random errors
like stuck notes.
Power requirements are a single 9-12vDC supply at 500mA. 9v is preferred to stop the PE getting
too warm. The polarity is marked on the Patch Editor and it is protected against reversed power. It
was decided not to include a power unit with the Patch Editor as these are country specific and
easily purchased throughout the world. A universal voltage power pack can be provided if required
but it has a New Zealand plug format and will require adapter plugs for use in other countries.
Note: From serial number 001135 and higher the DC Plug polarity has been changed to the
more standard positive tip / negative shell.
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Patch editor Control Descriptions
Patch Editor Layout
1. Osc 1 Range Select
2. Osc 1 Waveform Select
3. Osc 1 Pulse Width
4. Osc 1 Tune
5. Osc 1 LFO Modulation
6. Osc 1 ENV Modulation
7. Osc 1 Mode
8. Osc 1 PWM
9. Osc 1 Level
10. Noise Level
11. LCD Display
12. Menu Button 1
13. Menu Button 2
14. Menu Button 3
15. Osc 2 Range Select
16. Osc 2 Waveform Select
17. Osc 2 Pulse Width
18. Osc 2 Tune
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19. Osc 2 Fine Tune
20. Osc 2 LFO Modulation
21. Osc 2 ENV Modulation
22. Osc 2 Mode
23. Osc 2 PWM
24. Osc 2 XMod
25. Osc 2 Level
26. LFO Wave
27. LFO Delay
28. LFO Rate
29. Chorus/FX Rate
30. Chorus Mode
31. HPF Mode
32. Filter Cutoff
33. Filter Resonance
34. Filter LFO Modulation
35. Filter ENV Modulation
36. Filter Key Follow Amount
37. Filter/EG1 Attack
38. Filter/EG1 Decay
39. Filter/EG1 Sustain
40. Filter/EG1 Release
41. Filter Mode
42. VCA/EG2 Attack
43. VCA/EG2 Decay
44. VCA/EG2 Sustain
45. VCA/EG2 Release
46. VCA Mode
47. VCA Level
48. Ext Level
49. Power
50. MIDI Input
51. MIDI Output
52. MIDI Through
53. External Input
Osc 1 & 2 Range Select
Depending on the synthesizer selected the ranges available with the Range select
buttons (1) (15) will vary. Not all ranges are supported by all synthesizers. For
synthesizers with a single oscillator the Oscillator 2 control will be disabled or used
for other purposes. As an example of this the Osc 2 Range select is used to shift
octaves in the Roland© MKS-80.
Osc 1 & 2 Waveform Select
The Waveform select buttons (2) (16) with cycle through the available waveforms
for the synthesizer selected. Depending on the synthesizer type the waveforms
available will vary. With the Korg DW-6000 & DW-8000 this button will cycle
through all the available waveforms.
Osc 1 & 2 Pulse Width
These controls (3) (17) set the manual width of the Pulse Width waveform if
selected. Not all synthesizer types support this. The control will remain dark if
unused.
Osc 1 and 2 Tune and Fine
When available these will light and allow Osc 1 and 2 to be tuned within the range
of +/- 12 notes. The fine tune control (19) on oscillator 2 only normally will allow a
+/- 50 cent adjustment. The fine tune control (19) will also act as a detune control
on some synthesizer types. See the individual synthesizer tables for the exact use
in each synthesizer type.
LFO and ENV Mods
The LFO (5) (20) (34) and the ENV (6) (21) (35) set the amount of Low Frequency
Oscillator modulation and envelope modulation to the oscillators and LP Filter. On
some synthesizer types the oscillator 1 control will modulate both oscillator 1 and
2. The source for the envelope varies for each synthesizer type. Envelope
Modulation is usually provided by Filter/EG1 if it is used in the synthesizer type
selected or VCA/EG2 if it is not.
Mode
The Mode controls (7) (22) (41) (46) use will change with each synthesizer type
selected. In the initial design concept the Oscillator Mode buttons where
envisaged to select the source of the PWM control but this has changed as the
Patch Editor has developed. An example of a use of this button is in the Roland
Juno-1 where this button will select the PW wave form. The exact use is detailed in
the supported synthesizer tables.
Osc PWM
The Oscillator PWM (8) (23) controls normally controls the Pulse Width Modulation
but use can vary. The exact use is detailed in the supported synthesizer tables.
Osc 1 & 2 Level & Noise
These controls (9) (25) (10) are the mixer section of the synthesizer and normally
sets the levels of Oscillator 1 & 2 and the Noise source. These can also have other
uses depending on the synthesizer type selected. An example of this is the Roland
MKS-80 which has no Oscillator Level controls so Oscillator Level 1 is used as the
Tone 1 & 2 Balance, Oscillator Level 2 is used as the Upper/Lower Balance and the
Noise Level is used for the Manual XMod control.
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Menu Buttons
Menu Level 0
These three buttons (12) (13) (14) select the menu level and allow setup changes.
The number at the bottom left of the display above the first menu button (12)
always shows the current menu level. Menu level 0 is the normal play mode and
the first menu button will show green. In all other menus this button will show red.
The last menu level will cycle back to the first. The use of the second (13) and third
(14) menu buttons vary and will always show on the display.
This is the normal play mode. The second menu button (13) will always act as the
manual send in this menu level. The third menu button (14) will change depending
on the synthesizer type selected. For the Roland MKS-70 & MKS-80 the third
menu button will allow upper/lower tone select (see MKS70 bug report in the
synthesizer tables regarding this feature).
Menu Level 1
This menu level selects the active synthesizer type.
Menu Level 2
This menu level sets the outgoing MIDI channel for commands to the Synthesizer
selected. The second (13) and third (14) menu buttons allow any channel to be
selected from 1 to 16. Each synthesizer type will store the MIDI channel separately
which will allow more than one synthesizer to be controlled using the Patch Editor.
Only the active synthesizer can be controlled 'live' but any supported type can be
controlled via SysEx. The synthesizer type in the Patch Editor can be quickly
changed using menu level 4.
Menu Level 3
This menu level sets the incoming MIDI channel for commands to the Patch
Editor. The second (13) and third (14) menu buttons allow any channel to be
selected from 1 to 16.
Menu Level 4
This menu level sets the brightness of the LEDs to suit the light levels.
Menu Level 5
This menu level allows any continuous control to be 'mapped' to the external
input. Moving any continuous control while in this menu level will 'map' that
control. The currently 'mapped' control will be over written if another control is
moved. The 'mapping' is cleared by menu button 3 (14). Once a control has been
'mapped' the External Input level control (48) will flash during mapping and stay lit
in normal play mode. While in this mode the external level is displayed on the right
side of the display.
Osc 2 XMod
LFO Controls
Filter Cutoff & Res
Low Pass Filter Cutoff (32) and Resonance Adjust (33). This control is common to
all synthesizer types.
Filter Key Follow Amount
This control (36) sets the amount of key follow modulation for the filter cutoff.
EG1/EG2 ADSR
These controls (37) (38) (39) (40) (42) (43) (44) (45) set the shape of the EG1 and
EG2 Envelopes. The EG1 envelope, if used, will normally control the Filter via the
ENV mod control (35). If the EG1 is not used then the EG2 will be the source of all
the ENV Mod controls. For synthesizer types that have more complex ADSR
controls with extra break levels etc these are controlled to make them act like a
ADSR type control.
VCA Mode and Level
The VCA Mode control (46) sets the VCA Mode and will vary depending on the
synthesizer being controlled. It will normally select between Gate and Env. The
Level will set the final VCA level (47) if available for the the synthesizer type
selected. If there is no VCA level available then this control will send a MIDI volume
level control.
Ext Level
The External Level control (48) will adjust the external level input. If a continuous
control has been 'mapped' to the external input then this control will set the
maximum level of the External Input for that control. The external input and the
'mapped' control will overwrite each other with the output jumping to which ever is
used.
The XMod button (24) will select between the various Cross Modulation options
available. The types available will depend on the synthesizer type selected.
Not all wave types are available for all synthesizer types (26). Some synthesizer
types only provide a sine wave. The Korg DW-6000 and the Roland Juno-1 are
examples of this. The LFO Delay (27) and LFO Rate (28) are common to all
synthesizer types supported.
Chorus Controls
Used for synthesizers that support Chorus and FX (29) (30).
HPF Mode
High Pass Filter select (31). Some synthesizers have buttons select control for the
HPF and some have a continuous variable control. Where a variable control is
used the HPF mode button will provide 10 levels of HPF and the PW control of
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Oscillator 2 will give continuous variable control. Both of these controls will
overwrite each other. The HPF setting will jump to which ever control is used.
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External Input
The external input (53) can be assigned to any continuous control by using menu level 5. Any
control that is moved while in menu level 5 will 'map' itself to the external input. This is indicated by
the external input level control (48) flashing. The 'mapping' can be cleared by pressing the third
menu button (14) while in menu level 5. The current External Input level is displayed live in menu
level 5 to enable checking of the external control. The External Level control (48) will then set the
maximum effect that the External input (53) will have on the 'mapped' control. The External Input is a
0v to 5v control signal with a 47k input impedance. The tip of the ¼” (6.5mm) External Input socket
is the input, the ring is a 5v supply out and the body is ground. The 5v supply has a 10k pullup and
can source 500µA.
System Reset
The Patch Editor also has a memory erase feature built in which will put the non volatile memory
back to a known state. This is accessed by pressing the XMod Button (24) as the Patch Editor is
powered on. It will set all MIDI channel data to channel 1, LED brightness to 5 and all switches to the
first position.
Power requirements
Power requirements are a single 9vDC supply at 500mA. The polarity is marked on the Patch Editor
and it is protected against reversed power. The required DC plug is 2.5mm ID, 5.5mm OD and a
minimum of 10mm long. It was decided not to include a power unit with the Patch Editor as these
are country specific and easily purchased throughout the world. A universal voltage power pack can
be provided if required but it has a New Zealand plug format and will require adapter plugs for use in
other countries.
The Patch Editor can get warm near the voltage regulator on the back left corner when running on
full brightness with a 12 volt DC supply. If this becomes an issue then either lower the brightness
setting or run the Patch Editor on a 9 volts DC supply. No damage to the Patch Editor will result from
this. 9vDC is the preferred supply.
The External Input signal will effect the 'mapped' control in a positive fashion only. For example if the
'mapped' control is at 0% and the External input level control (48) is at 100% then the external input
voltage will cover the full range of the 'mapped' control (0% to 100%). If the 'mapped' control is at
50% and the External input level control is at 50% then the external input voltage will cover the range
50% to 100% of the 'mapped' control. If the 'mapped' control is at 50% and the External input level
control is at 25% then the external input voltage will cover the range 50% to 75% of the 'mapped'
control. If the maximum of the 'mapped' control is exceeded then the level is capped to the control
100% level.
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Program Update
The KiwiTechnics Patch Editor Update Mode is entered by pressing the HPF button while the PE is
powered on. The Update file is then 'played' into the PE using midiOX or similar. The update
progress is displayed on the Display. Once the 'Update Successful' message is displayed the PE
should be repowered.
It is important that there is no midi devices are in the chain between the PC sending the update and
the PE being updated. A direct link is required.
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SYNTH TABLES
Fender Chroma Polaris
Cable requirements
The Fender Chroma Polaris uses a standard MIDI cable
PE release v5.0 or higher.
Fender Chroma Polaris Controls
Osc 1 Range (1)
Not Used
LFO Wave (26)
Sweep Wave - Sine, Square
Osc 1 Wave (2)
Saw, Pulse
LFO Delay (27)
Vibrato Delay
Osc 1 PW (3)
Osc 1 Pulse Width
LFO Speed (28)
Sweep Rate
Osc 1 Tune (4)
Osc 1 Transpose
Chorus/FX Rate (29)
Glide Rate
Osc 1 LFO Mod (5)
Osc 1 Vibrato Amount
Chorus/FX Mode (30)
Not Used
Osc 1 ENV Mod (6)
Not Used
HPF (31)
Noise Source - Off, On
Osc 1 Mode (7)
PWM Source - Env, Sweep
LPF Cutoff (32)
Active
Osc 1 PWM (8)
Osc 1 PWM
LPF Resonance (33)
Active
Osc 1 Level (9)
Not Used
Filter LFO Modulation (34)
VCF LFO Sweep Depth
Noise Level (10)
Not Used
Filter ENV Modulation (35)
VCF Env Depth
Osc 2 Range (15)
Not Used
Filter Key Follow (36)
VCF Key Track
Osc 2 Wave (16)
Saw, Pulse
Filter ADSR (37-40)
VCF Envelope
Osc 2 PW (17)
Osc 2 Pulse Width
Filter Mode (41)
VCF ENV Mode - Fixed, Touch
Osc 2 Tune (18)
Osc 2 Transpose
VCA ADSR (42-45)
VCA Envelope (no sustain)
Osc 2 Fine Tune (19)
Osc 2 Detune
VCA Mode (46)
VCA ENV Mode - Fixed, Touch
Osc 2 LFO Mod (20)
Osc 2 Vibrato Amount
VCA Level (47)
Active
Osc 2 ENV Mod (21)
Osc 2 Env Amount
Osc 2 Mode (22)
PWM Source - Env, Sweep
Osc 2 PWM (23)
Osc 2 PWM
Osc 2 XMod
Sync / Ring Mod - Off/Off, On/Off, Off/On, On/On
Osc 2 Level (25)
Not Used
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SYNTH TABLES
Cheetah MS6
Kawai K3m
Cable requirements
Cable and MIDI requirements
The Kawai K3m uses a standard MIDI cable
The Cheetah MS6 uses a standard MIDI cable.
PE release v4.5 or higher.
Cheetah MS6 Controls
Kawai K3m Controls
Osc 1 Range (1)
Low, Low/Med, High/Med, High
LFO1 Wave (26)
Triangle, Sawtooth, Square, Random
Osc 1 Range (1)
Not Used
LFO Wave (26)
Triangle, Saw, R. Saw, Square, Random
Osc 1 Wave (2)
Off, Pulse, Triangle, Sawtooth, Pulse+Tri, Pulse+Saw
LFO1 Delay (27)
Active
Osc 1 Wave (2)
Portamento On/Off
LFO Delay (27)
Active
Osc 1 PW (3)
DCO A Pulse Width
LFO1 Speed (28)
Active
Osc 1 PW (3)
Portamento Speed
LFO Speed (28)
Active
Osc 1 Tune (4)
DCO A Tune
Chorus/FX Rate (29)
Portamento Time
Osc 1 Tune (4)
Not Used
Chorus/FX Rate (29)
VCA LFO Amount
Osc 1 LFO Mod (5)
DCO A LFO Modulation
Chorus/FX Mode (30)
Portamento Off, Rate & Time Modes
Osc 1 LFO Mod (5)
Auto Bend Amount
Chorus/FX Mode (30)
Chorus Mode (Off and 7 types)
Osc 1 ENV Mod (6)
DCO A ENV Modulation
HPF (31)
Mono - Poly Mode select
Osc 1 ENV Mod (6)
Velocity VCF Level
HPF (31)
Not Used
Osc 1 Mode (7)
DCO A Envelope Selection 1 or 2
LPF Cutoff (32)
Active
Osc 1 Mode (7)
Pitch Bend Range
LPF Cutoff (32)
Active
Osc 1 PWM (8)
DCO A PWM Modulation
LPF Resonance (33)
Active
Osc 1 PWM (8)
Velocity VCA Level
LPF Resonance (33)
Active
Osc 1 Level (9)
Oscillator A <> B Mix
Filter LFO Modulation (34)
Active
Osc 1 Level (9)
Not Used
Filter LFO Modulation (34)
Active
Noise Level (10)
DCO Mix Envelope Depth
Filter ENV Modulation (35)
Active
Noise Level (10)
Not Used
Filter ENV Modulation (35)
Active
Osc 2 Range (15)
Low, Low/Med, High/Med, High
Filter Key Follow (36)
Active
Osc 2 Range (15)
16', 8', 4'
Filter Key Follow (36)
Active
Osc 2 Wave (16)
Off, Pulse, Triangle, Saw, Pulse+Tri, Pulse+Saw, Noise
Filter ADSR EG1 (37-40)
Active
Osc 2 Wave (16)
Not Used
Filter ADSR (37-40)
VCF Envelope
Osc 2 PW (17)
DCO B Pulse Width
Filter Mode (41)
Filter Envelope Select 1 or 2
Osc 2 PW (17)
Low Cut Filter Tune
Filter Mode (41)
Not Used
Osc 2 Tune (18)
DCO B Coarse Tune
VCA ADSR EG2 (42-45)
Active
Osc 2 Tune (18)
Active
VCA ADSR (42-45)
VCA Envelope
Osc 2 Fine Tune (19)
DCO B Fine Tune
VCA Mode (46)
DCO A & B PWM On/Off
Osc 2 Fine Tune (19)
Active
VCA Mode (46)
Not Used
Osc 2 LFO Mod (20)
DCO B LFO Modulation
VCA Level (47)
Active
Osc 2 LFO Mod (20)
LFO Mod Level
VCA Level (47)
Active
Osc 2 ENV Mod (21)
DCO B ENV Modulation
Osc 2 ENV Mod (21)
Wave 1 Shape
Osc 2 Mode (22)
DCO B Envelope Selection 1 or 2
Osc 2 Mode (22)
Not Used
Osc 2 PWM (23)
DCO B PWM Modulation
Osc 2 PWM (23)
Wave 2 Shape
Osc 2 XMod (24)
Sync On/Off
Osc 2 XMod
Not Used
Osc 2 Level (25)
DCO A & B PWM Level
Osc 2 Level (25)
Wave Balance Mix
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Roland© JX-3P KiwiTechnics Upgrade Controls Page 2
SYNTH TABLES
Osc 1 Range (1)
Arpeggiator Mode - Up, Down, U&D, Random
LFO 2 Wave (26)
Sine,Tri, Saw, Rev Saw, Sqr, Random
Osc 1 Wave (2)
Arpeggiator Range - 0, 1 or 2 Octaves
LFO 2 Delay (27)
Active
Osc 1 PW (3)
Not Used
LFO 2 Speed (28)
Active
Osc 1 Tune (4)
Not Used
Chorus/FX Rate (29)
Key Assign Detune
Osc 1 LFO Mod (5)
Not Used
Chorus/FX Mode (30)
Key Mode - Poly 1,2 Mono 1,2 Unison 1,2
Osc 1 ENV Mod (6)
Not Used
HPF (31)
Bend Level Dest - DCO, VCF, VCA
Osc 1 Mode (7)
Select DCO 1 LFO Source - LFO1, LFO2
LPF Cutoff (32)
Active
Osc 1 PWM (8)
Not Used
LPF Resonance (33)
Active
Osc 1 Level (9)
Not Used
Filter LFO Modulation
(34)
Active
The KiwiTechnics 3P upgrade is a complete rewrite of the operating system in the Roland JX-3P synthesizer. Many
enhancements have been made and to enable control of them all the KiwiTechnics 3P Upgrade has been split over two
control pages.
Noise Level (10)
Portamento Rate
Filter ENV Modulation
(35)
Active
Osc 2 Range (15)
Seq Clock Source
Filter Key Follow (36)
Active
Osc 2 Wave (16)
Arp Clock Source
EG1 ADSR (37-40)
Not Used
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KiwiTechnics Kiwi-3P Upgrade
Cable requirements
The Roland 3P KiwiTechnics Upgrade uses a standard MIDI cable
Osc 1 Range (1)
16', 8', 4'
LFO1 Wave (26)
Osc 2 PW (17)
Aftertouch Level - note split ± 63 control
Filter Mode (41)
Select Filter LFO Source - LFO1, LFO2
Sine,Tri, Saw, Rev Saw, Sqr, Random
Osc 2 Tune (18)
Modulation Level - note split ± 63 control
EG2 ADSR (42-45)
VCA LFO Mod Level on Release
Not Used
VCA Mode (46)
Select VCA LFO Source - LFO1, LFO2
VCA Level (47)
Active
Osc 1 Wave (2)
Sawtooth, Pulse, Square
LFO1 Delay (27)
Active
Osc 2 Fine Tune (19)
Osc 1 PW (3)
Not Used
LFO1 Speed (28)
Active
Osc 2 LFO Mod (20)
Not Used
Not Used
Osc 1 Tune (4)
DCO1 Tune +-12 Semitones
Chorus/FX Rate (29)
Chorus Auto Speed or Manual Position
Osc 2 ENV Mod (21)
Osc 1 LFO Mod (5)
DCO 1 LFO Level - See page 2 for LFO Source
Chorus/FX Mode (30)
Chorus Auto, Chorus Manual, Chorus Off
Osc 2 Mode (22)
Select DCO 2 LFO Source - LFO1, LFO2
Not Used
Osc 1 ENV Mod (6)
DCO 1 ENV Level - note split ± 63 control
HPF (31)
Off, 10% to 100% in 11 steps
Osc 2 PWM (23)
Osc 1 Mode (7)
Select DCO 1 EG Source - EG1 or EG2
LPF Cutoff (32)
Active
Osc 2 XMod
Pattern Clock Source
Osc 2 Level (25)
Pattern Level
Osc 1 PWM (8)
Not Used
LPF Resonance (33)
Active
Osc 1 Level (9)
Osc 1 & 2 Mix
Filter LFO Mod (34)
Filter LFO Level - See page 2 for LFO Source
Noise Level (10)
Portamento Rate
Filter ENV Mod (35)
VCF ENV Level - note split ± 63 control
Osc 2 Range (15)
16', 8', 4'
Filter Key Follow (36)
Active
Osc 2 Wave (16)
Sawtooth, Pulse, Square, Noise
EG1 ADSR (37-40)
Active
Osc 2 PW (17)
Not Used
Filter Mode (41)
Select Filter EG - EG1 or EG2
Osc 2 Tune (18)
DCO2 Tune ±12 Semitones
EG2 ADSR (42-45)
Active
Osc 2 Fine Tune (19)
DCO2 Fine Tune ±50 Cents
VCA Mode (46)
Select VCA - Gate, EG1 or EG2
Osc 2 LFO Mod (20)
DCO 2 LFO Level - See page 2 for LFO Source
VCA Level (47)
Active
Osc 2 ENV Mod (21)
DCO 2 ENV Level - note split ± 63 control
Osc 2 Mode (22)
Select DCO 2 EG Source - EG1 or EG2
Osc 2 PWM (23)
Not Used
Osc 2 XMod
Sync Off, Sync On, Metal
Osc 2 Level (25)
Not Used
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The oscillator design in the JX-3P is a digital system and the filter uses the custom Roland chip the IR3109 for each of the six
voices. The KiwiTechnics Upgrade has realized the full potential of the 3P and provides full midi control for all parameters.
More details can be found in the KiwiTechnics 3P Upgrade manual.
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KiwiTechnics KiwiSix Upgrade
Cable requirements
The KiwiTechnics Korg PolySix Upgrade uses a standard MIDI cable
The KiwiTechnics Korg PolySix upgrade is a complete rewrite of the operating system in the Korg PolySix synthesizer.
Parameter Control via midi is now possible.
Korg© PolySix KiwiTechnics Upgrade Controls
Osc 1 Range (1)
16', 8', 4'
LFO1 Wave (26)
MG Destination - VCO, VCF or VCA
Osc 1 Wave (2)
Sawtooth, Pulse, PWM
LFO1 Delay (27)
MG Delay
Osc 1 PW (3)
Pulse Width Shape
LFO1 Speed (28)
MG Rate
Osc 1 Tune (4)
Not Used
Chorus/FX Rate (29)
FX Rate
Osc 1 LFO Mod (5)
Not Used - Use MG Destination
Chorus/FX Mode (30)
FX Type - Off, Chorus, Phase, Ensemble
Osc 1 ENV Mod (6)
Not Used
HPF (31)
Not Used
Osc 1 Mode (7)
Sub Osc Mode - Off, -1 Octave, -2 Octaves
LPF Cutoff (32)
Active
Osc 1 PWM (8)
PWM Rate
LPF Resonance (33)
Active
Osc 1 Level (9)
Not Used
Filter LFO Mod (34)
Not Used - Use MG Destination
Noise Level (10)
Not Used
Filter ENV Mod (35)
VCF ENV Level - split ± 63 control
Osc 2 Range (15)
Arp Range - 1,2 or 3 Octaves
Filter Key Follow (36)
Active
Osc 2 Wave (16)
Arp Mode - Up, Down, U&D, Random
EG1 ADSR (37-40)
Not Used
Osc 2 PW (17)
Not Used
Filter Mode (41)
Not Used
Osc 2 Tune (18)
Not Used
EG2 ADSR (42-45)
Active
Osc 2 Fine Tune (19)
Not Used
VCA Mode (46)
Select VCA - Gate or EG
Osc 2 LFO Mod (20)
Not Used
VCA Level (47)
Active
Osc 2 ENV Mod (21)
Not Used
Osc 2 Mode (22)
Arp Clock Source - Int/Ext or 15 Midi Clock Types
Osc 2 PWM (23)
Not Used
Osc 2 XMod
Key Mode - Poly 1, Poly 2, Unison
Osc 2 Level (25)
MG Osc Level
Roland© KiwiTechnics JX-3P Upgrade Notes
Random mode on the Arp is only available via midi control
Full details can be found in the KiwiTechnics Korg PolySix Upgrade manual.
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SYNTH TABLES
KiwiTechnics Kiwi-106 Upgrade
Cable requirements
The Roland Kiwi-106 KiwiTechnics Upgrade uses a standard MIDI cable
The KiwiTechnics Kiwi-106 upgrade is a complete rewrite of the operating system in the Roland Juno-106 synthesizer.
Many enhancements have been made and to enable control of them all the KiwiTechnics Kiwi-106 Upgrade has been
split over two control pages. For more comprehensive control the bundled Kiwi-106 Editor software can be used.
KiwiTechnics Kiwi-106 Upgrade Controls Page 1
Osc 1 Range (1)
Arpeggiator Mode - Up, Down, U&D, Random, As Played
LFO 2 Wave (26)
Sine,Tri, Saw, Rev Saw, Sqr, Random, Rnd 2
Osc 1 Wave (2)
Arpeggiator Range - 0, 1 or 2 Octaves
LFO 2 Delay (27)
Active
Osc 1 PW (3)
Not Used
LFO 2 Speed (28)
Active
Osc 1 Tune (4)
Not Used
Chorus/FX Rate (29)
Key Assign Detune
Osc 1 LFO Mod (5)
Not Used
Chorus/FX Mode (30)
Key Mode - Poly 1,2 Unison
Osc 1 ENV Mod (6)
Not Used
HPF (31)
Seq Clock Source
Osc 1 Mode (7)
Select DCO LFO Source - LFO1, LFO2
LPF Cutoff (32)
Active
Osc 1 PWM (8)
Not Used
LPF Resonance (33)
Active
Osc 1 Level (9)
GLOBAL – Internal Note Velocity (50%-100% only)
Filter LFO Modulation
(34)
Active
Noise Level (10)
Noise Level
Filter ENV Modulation
(35)
Active
Osc 2 Range (15)
Internal Clock Source
Filter Key Follow (36)
Active
Osc 2 Wave (16)
Internal/Ext/Midi Clock Divide Type
ENV1 ADSR (37-40)
Not Used
Osc 2 PW (17)
Not Used
Filter Mode (41)
Select Filter LFO Source - LFO1, LFO2
Osc 2 Tune (18)
Internal Clock Rate
ENV2 ADSR (42-45)
VCA LFO Mod Level (VCA Release Slider)
Osc 1 Range (1)
16', 8', 4'
LFO1 Wave (26)
Sine,Tri, Saw, Rev Saw, Sqr, Random
Osc 2 Fine Tune (19)
Not Used
VCA Mode (46)
Select VCA LFO Source - LFO1, LFO2
Osc 1 Wave (2)
Sawtooth, Pulse, Both, None
LFO1 Delay (27)
Active
Osc 2 LFO Mod (20)
Aftertouch Level - note split ± 63 control
VCA Level (47)
Active
Osc 1 PW (3)
PW Shape / Depth
LFO1 Speed (28)
Active
Osc 2 ENV Mod (21)
Modulation Level - note split ± 63 control
Osc 1 Tune (4)
Not Used
Chorus/FX Rate (29)
Key Assign Detune
Osc 2 Mode (22)
Arp Clock Source
Osc 1 LFO Mod (5)
DCO LFO Level - See page 2 for LFO Source
Chorus/FX Mode (30)
Chorus Off, Chorus On 1, Chorus On 2
Osc 2 PWM (23)
Not Used
Osc 1 ENV Mod (6)
DCO ENV Level - Use DCO Mode for Polarity
HPF (31)
Off, 1, 2, or 3
Osc 2 XMod
Pattern Clock Source
Osc 1 Mode (7)
PWM Manual/LFO
VCF Cutoff (32)
Active
Osc 2 Level (25)
Pattern Level
Osc 1 PWM (8)
Not Used
VCF Resonance (33)
Active
Osc 1 Level (9)
Not Used
Filter LFO Mod (34)
Filter LFO Level - See page 2 for LFO Source
Noise Level (10)
Noise Level
Filter ENV Mod (35)
VCF ENV Level – Use Filter Mode for Polarity
Osc 2 Range (15)
DCO ENV Source - ENV1 Norm/Inv or ENV2 Norm/Inv
Filter Key Follow (36)
Active
Osc 2 Wave (16)
DCO LFO Source - LFO1 Norm/Inv or LFO2 Norm/Inv
ENV1 ADSR (37-40)
Active
Osc 2 PW (17)
Not Used
Filter Mode (41)
Filter ENV - ENV1 Norm/Inv or ENV2 Norm/Inv
Osc 2 Tune (18)
DCO Bend Mod Amount
ENV2 ADSR (42-45)
Active
Osc 2 Fine Tune (19)
VCF Bend Mod Amount
VCA Mode (46)
VCA Gate, ENV1 Norm/Inv or ENV2 Norm/Inv
Osc 2 LFO Mod (20)
DCO LFO Mod Wheel Amount
VCA Level (47)
Active
Osc 2 ENV Mod (21)
Portamento Rate (0=Off)
Osc 2 Mode (22)
Not Used
Osc 2 PWM (23)
Not Used
Osc 2 XMod
LFO Mode- Normal/Plus
Osc 2 Level (25)
Sub Level
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The oscillator design in the Juno-106 is a digital system and the filter uses the custom Roland hybrid called the 80017a for
each of the six voices. The 80017a consists of two BA662 VCAs and one IR3109 Filter IC. The KiwiTechnics Kiwi-106 Upgrade
has realized the full potential of the Juno-106 and provides full midi control for all parameters and many new features.
More details can be found in the KiwiTechnics Kiwi-106 Upgrade manual.
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Organix Midi 3P Upgrade
Cable requirements
The Organix midi 3P Upgrade uses a standard MIDI cable
PE release v4.6 or higher.
Organix JX-3P Controls
Osc 1 Range (1)
16', 8', 4'
LFO Wave (26)
Triangle, Square, Random
Osc 1 Wave (2)
Sawtooth, Pulse, Square
LFO Delay (27)
Active
Osc 1 PW (3)
Not Used
LFO Speed (28)
Active
Osc 1 Tune (4)
Not Used
Chorus/FX Rate (29)
Not Used
Osc 1 LFO Mod (5)
Not Used
Chorus/FX Mode (30)
Chorus On, Chorus Off
Osc 1 ENV Mod (6)
Not Used
HPF (31)
Off, 10% to 100% - For continuous control
use (17)
Osc 1 Mode (7)
Used to enable Osc 1 LFO & Env modulation
LPF Cutoff (32)
Active
Osc 1 PWM (8)
Not Used
LPF Resonance (33)
Active
Osc 1 Level (9)
Osc 1 & 2 Mix
Filter LFO Modulation (34)
Active
Noise Level (10)
Not Used
Filter ENV Modulation (35)
Active
Osc 2 Range (15)
16', 8', 4'
Filter Key Follow (36)
Active
Osc 2 Wave (16)
Sawtooth, Pulse, Square, Noise
Filter ADSR (37-40)
Not Used
Osc 2 PW (17)
HPF Continuous control
Filter Mode (41)
EG Normal, EG Inv
Osc 2 Tune (18)
Active
VCA ADSR (42-45)
Active
Osc 2 Fine Tune (19)
Active
VCA Mode (46)
Envelope, Gate
Osc 2 LFO Mod (20)
Not Used
VCA Level (47)
Active
Osc 2 ENV Mod (21)
Not Used
Osc 2 Mode (22)
Used to enable Osc 2 LFO & Env modulation
Osc 2 PWM (23)
Not Used
Osc 2 XMod
Sync Off, Sync On, Metal
Osc 2 Level (25)
Not Used
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Korg DW-6000 Notes
Korg DW-6000
Cable and MIDI requirements
The Korg DW6000 uses a standard MIDI cable, Parameter 81 needs to be set to the same
channel number that is programmed into the Patch Editor for the DW-6000 or Parameter 83 can
be set to Omni. Parameter 82 needs to be set to 2 to enable SysEx control.
KORG© DW-6000 Controls
Osc 1 Range (1)
16', 8', 4'
LFO1 Wave (26)
Not Used - LFO is sine wave only
Osc 1 Wave (2)
8 Preprogrammed Wave types
LFO1 Delay (27)
Active
Osc 1 PW (3)
Not Used
LFO1 Speed (28)
Active
Osc 1 Tune (4)
Not Used
Chorus/FX Rate (29)
Not Used
Osc 1 LFO Mod (5)
Active - effects both Oscillators
Chorus/FX Mode (30)
Chorus Off, Chorus On
Osc 1 ENV Mod (6)
Not Used
HPF (31)
Not Used
Osc 1 Mode (7)
Not Used
LPF Cutoff (32)
Active
Osc 1 PWM (8)
Not Used
LPF Resonance (33)
Active
Osc 1 Level (9)
Active
Filter LFO Modulation (34)
Active
Noise Level (10)
Active
Filter ENV Modulation (35)
Active
Osc 2 Range (15)
16', 8', 4'
Filter Key Follow (36)
Active
Osc 2 Wave (16)
8 Preprogrammed Wave types
Filter ADSR EG1 (37-40)
Active
Osc 2 PW (17)
Not Used
Filter Mode (41)
Filter Envelope Polarity
Osc 2 Tune (18)
Osc 2 Interval (unison, minor 3rd, major 3rd, perfect 4th
and perfect 5th)
VCA ADSR EG2 (42-45)
Active
Osc 2 Fine Tune (19)
Osc 2 Detune
VCA Mode (46)
Envelope (EG2 only), Gate
Osc 2 LFO Mod (20)
Not Used
VCA Level (47)
Active
Osc 2 ENV Mod (21)
Not Used
Osc 2 Mode (22)
Not Used
Osc 2 PWM (23)
Not Used
Osc 2 XMod (24)
Not Used
Osc 2 Level (25)
DCO 2 Mixer Control
The DW-6000 uses two separate voice generators which are not VCOs but rather are preprogrammed wave form
generators which change their frequency depending on the note played. The waveforms are generated from
ROM (Read Only Memory) look up tables and the frequencies are calculated in real time by very fast hardware
multipliers and a DAC (Digital to Analog Converter) to produce the final waveform. When you think that this
system is calculating complex waveforms for 12 separate waveforms simultaneously (up to 6 notes with 2
oscillators each) all in real time it is fairly impressive. A more conventional filter and VCA is used which uses the
NJM2069 combo chip for each of the 6 voices.
The Korg DW-6000 uses a complex system of combining controls as there is a limited memory available within
the DW-6000. This makes it a difficult synthesizer to control using standard SysEx controllers. The Patch Editor
handles the combining of controls invisibly. Because of this combining, changing one control in a combination
will also set the other part to the current Patch Editor setting. This is unavoidable due to the way the DW-6000 is
controlled. Combinations are
1) Oscillator 1 Range & VCA Env Release
2) Oscillator 2 Range & LFO Rate
3) Filter Key Modulation & LFO Delay
4) Filter LFO Modulation & Chorus Mode
5) Oscillator 1 & Oscillator 2 Waveforms
6) Oscillator 2 Tune & Fine Tune
7) Filter Bend (not used) & VCA Env Sustain
8) Oscillator 1 LFO Mod & Polarity
The oscillators 1 and 2 Range buttons are used to step through all possible octaves. These are 16', 8' and 4'.
The oscillators 1 and 2 Wave buttons are used to step though all possible programmed wave types. These are
Brass, Violin, Acoustic Piano, Electric Piano, Synth Bass, Saxophone, Clavicord and Bell.
The Oscillator 2 tune will change the oscillator 1 and 2 interval. Possible interval options are unison (same as
Oscillator 1) , minor 3rd, major 3rd, perfect 4th and perfect 5th. The Fine Tune control on the Patch Editor will
provide Oscillator 2 Detune.
The Oscillator 1 LFO modulation control will effect both oscillators 1 and 2.
The Filter Keyboard Track has three possible levels, Off, 50% and 100% and the Filter Mode button will invert the
filter envelope. Green is a normal envelope and red is inverted.
The Envelopes in the DW-6000 use extra controls. In addition to Attack, Decay, Sustain and Release there are
break level and slope controls. The Patch Editor sets the slope equal to the decay and the break level equal to
the sustain which has the effect of changing the envelope generators to the four control system.
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KORG© DW-8000 Controls Pg2
Korg DW-8000
Cable and MIDI requirements
The Korg DW8000 uses a standard MIDI cable, Parameter 84 needs to be set to the same
channel number that is programmed into the Patch Editor (or set to Omni using Parameter 86).
Parameter 85 needs to be set to 2 to enable SysEx control.
KORG© DW-8000 Controls Pg1
Osc 1 Range (1)
16', 8', 4'
LFO1 Wave (26)
Triangle, Sawtooth, Square, Random
Osc 1 Wave (2)
16 Preprogrammed Wave types
LFO1 Delay (27)
Active
Osc 1 PW (3)
Not Used
LFO1 Speed (28)
Active
Osc 1 Tune (4)
Not Used
Chorus/FX Rate (29)
FX Delay Rate
Osc 1 LFO Mod (5)
Active - Effects both Osc 1 & 2
Chorus/FX Mode (30)
Not Used
Osc 1 ENV Mod (6)
Not Used
HPF (31)
Not Used
Osc 1 Mode (7)
Key Assign Mode, Poly 1 & 2, Unison 1 & 2
LPF Cutoff (32)
Active
Osc 1 PWM (8)
Not Used
LPF Resonance (33)
Active
Osc 1 Level (9)
DCO 1 Level
Filter LFO Modulation (34)
Active
Noise Level (10)
Active
Filter ENV Modulation (35)
Active
Osc 2 Range (15)
16', 8', 4'
Filter Key Follow (36)
Active
Osc 2 Wave (16)
16 Preprogrammed Wave types
Filter ADSR EG1 (37-40)
Active
Osc 2 PW (17)
Not Active
Filter Mode (41)
Filter Envelope Polarity
Osc 2 Tune (18)
Osc 2 Interval (unison, minor 3rd, major 3rd, perfect 4th
and perfect 5th)
VCA ADSR EG2 (42-45)
Active
Osc 2 Fine Tune (19)
Osc 2 Detune
VCA Mode (46)
Not Used
Osc 2 LFO Mod (20)
FX Delay Feedback
VCA Level (47)
FX Delay Level
Osc 2 ENV Mod (21)
FX Delay Intensity
Osc 2 Mode (22)
FX Delay time (Eight Settings)
Osc 2 PWM (23)
FX Delay Factor - adjusts Delay time by a small amount
Osc 2 XMod (24)
Not Used
Osc 2 Level (25)
DCO 2 Level
Osc 1 Range (1)
Auto Bend Select - Off, Osc 1, Osc 2, Both
LFO1 Wave (26)
Not Used
Osc 1 Wave (2)
Auto Bend Mode - Up, Down
LFO1 Delay (27)
Not Used
Osc 1 PW (3)
Auto Bend Time
LFO1 Speed (28)
Not Used
Osc 1 Tune (4)
Not Used
Chorus/FX Rate (29)
Not Used
Osc 1 LFO Mod (5)
Auto Bend Intensity
Chorus/FX Mode (30)
Not Used
Osc 1 ENV Mod (6)
Not Used
HPF (31)
Not Used
Osc 1 Mode (7)
Not Used
LPF Cutoff (32)
Active
Osc 1 PWM (8)
Not Used
LPF Resonance (33)
Active
Osc 1 Level (9)
Not Used
Filter LFO Modulation (34)
Filter Env Attack
Noise Level (10)
Portamento Amount
Filter ENV Modulation (35)
Filter Env Decay
Osc 2 Range (15)
Not Used
Filter Key Follow (36)
Filter Env Break Point
Osc 2 Wave (16)
Not Used
Filter Attack
Filter Env Slope
Osc 2 PW (17)
Not Used
Filter Decay
Filter Env Sustain
Osc 2 Tune (18)
Osc Bend Amount
Filter Sustain
Filter Env Release
Osc 2 Fine Tune (19)
Not Used
VCF Mode
VCF Bend Mode - Off, On
Osc 2 LFO Mod (20)
Aftertouch Osc MG
Filter Release
VCA Env Attack
Osc 2 ENV Mod (21)
Aftertouch VCF
VCA Attack
VCA Env Decay
Osc 2 Mode (22)
Not Used
VCA Decay
VCA Env Break Point
Osc 2 PWM (23)
Aftertouch VCA
VCA Sustain
VCA Env Slope
Osc 2 XMod (24)
Not Used
VCA Release
VCA Env Sustain
Osc 2 Level (25)
Not Used
VCA Mode (46)
Not Used
VCA Level (47)
VCA Env Release
Korg DW-8000 Notes
The DW-8000 uses two separate voice generators which are not VCOs but rather are preprogrammed wave form
generators which change their frequency depending on the note played. The waveforms are generated from
ROM (Read Only Memory) look up tables and the frequencies are calculated in real time by very fast hardware
multipliers and a DAC (Digital to Analog Converter) to produce the final waveform. A more conventional filter and
VCA is used which uses the NJM2069 combo chip for each of the 8 voices.
The oscillators 1 and 2 Range buttons are used to step through all possible octaves. These are 16', 8' and 4'.
The oscillators 1 and 2 Wave buttons are used to step though all possible programmed wave types. These are
Brass & Strings, Clarinet, Acoustic Piano, Electric Piano, Electric Piano Hard, Clavicord ,Organ, Brass,
Saxophone, Violin, Acoustic Guitar, Guitar (distorted), Electric Bass, Digital Bass, Bell and Organ/Whistle.
The Oscillator 2 tune will change the oscillator 1 and 2 interval. Possible interval options are unison (same as
Oscillator 1) , minor 3rd, major 3rd, perfect 4th and perfect 5th. The Fine Tune control on the Patch Editor will
provide Oscillator 2 Detune.
The Oscillator 1 LFO modulation control will effect both oscillators 1 and 2.
The Envelopes in the DW-8000 use extra controls. In addition to Attack, Decay, Sustain and Release there are
break level and slope controls. On page 1 the Patch Editor sets the slope equal to the decay and the break level
to maximum and break time to minimum which has the effect of changing the envelope generators to the four
control system. On page two full control is provided.
The DW8000 has a comprehensive delay section. This has been placed in the unused Oscillator 2 modulation
area, the FX/Chorus rate control & the VCA Level control is used to set the Delay level.
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Korg DSS-1 Page 2 Controls
Korg DSS-1
Cable and MIDI requirements
The Korg DSS-1 uses a standard MIDI cable.
Korg DSS-1 Page 1 Controls
Osc 1 Range (1)
Not Used
LFO1 Wave (26)
Not Used
Osc 1 Wave (2)
Not Used
LFO1 Delay (27)
Equalizer Treble
Osc 1 PW (3)
DDL MG-A Frequency
LFO1 Speed (28)
Equalizer Bass
Osc 1 Tune (4)
DDL-1 Time
Chorus/FX Rate (29)
Not Used
Osc 1 LFO Mod (5)
DDL-1 MG A Intensity
Chorus/FX Mode (30)
Not Used
Osc 1 ENV Mod (6)
DDL-1 MG B Intensity
HPF (31)
Joystick VCF Sweep Select
Osc 1 Mode (7)
DCO 1 Envelope Source EG1, EG1 inv, EG2, EG2 inv
LPF Cutoff (32)
Not Used
Osc 1 PWM (8)
DDL-1 Feedback
LPF Resonance (33)
Not Used
Osc 1 Level (9)
DDL-1 Effect Level
Filter LFO Modulation (34)
VCF MG Delay
Noise Level (10)
Not Used
Filter ENV Modulation (35)
VCF MG Frequency
Osc 1 Range (1)
OSC 1 Range
LFO1 Wave (26)
OSC MG Destination Select
Osc 2 Range (15)
Not Used
Filter Key Follow (36)
Active
Osc 1 Wave (2)
OSC 1 Multi Sound Number (16 types)
LFO1 Delay (27)
OSC MG Delay
Osc 2 Wave (16)
DDL-2 Input Select
Filter ADSR EG1 (37-40)
Joystick Pitch Bend Range on VCF Release
Osc 1 PW (3)
OSC Auto Bend Intensity
LFO1 Speed (28)
OSC MG Rate
Osc 2 PW (17)
DDL MG-B Frequency
Filter Mode (41)
Not Used
Osc 1 Tune (4)
OSC Auto Bend Time
Chorus/FX Rate (29)
Unison Detune
Osc 2 Tune (18)
DDL-2 Time
VCA ADSR EG2 (42-45)
Not Used
Osc 1 LFO Mod (5)
OSC 1 & 2 MG Intensity
Chorus/FX Mode (30)
Key Assign (Poly 1&2, Unison 2-8 voices)
Osc 2 Fine Tune (19)
Not Used
VCA Mode (46)
Not Used
Osc 1 ENV Mod (6)
Not Used
HPF (31)
VCF Mode (12/24dB)
Osc 2 LFO Mod (20)
DDL-2 MG A Intensity
VCA Level (47)
Not Used
Osc 1 Mode (7)
OSC Auto Bend Destination Select
LPF Cutoff (32)
Active
Osc 2 ENV Mod (21)
DDL-2 MG B Intensity
Osc 1 PWM (8)
Not Used
LPF Resonance (33)
Active
Osc 2 Mode (22)
DDL-2 Mod Polarity
Osc 1 Level (9)
Oscillator 1 <> 2 Mix
Filter LFO Modulation (34)
Active
Osc 2 PWM (23)
DDL-2 Feedback
Noise Level (10)
Active
Filter ENV Modulation (35)
Active
Osc 2 XMod (24)
Not Used
Osc 2 Range (15)
OSC 2 Range
Filter Key Follow (36)
Active
Osc 2 Level (25)
DDL-2 Effect Level
Osc 2 Wave (16)
OSC 2 Multi Sound Number (16 types)
Filter ADSR EG1 (37-40)
Active
Osc 2 PW (17)
Not Used
Filter Mode (41)
VCF EG Polarity
Osc 2 Tune (18)
OSC 2 Interval
VCA ADSR EG2 (42-45)
Active
Osc 2 Fine Tune (19)
OSC 2 Detune
VCA Mode (46)
Not Used
Osc 2 LFO Mod (20)
Not Used
VCA Level (47)
Active
Osc 2 ENV Mod (21)
Not Used
Osc 2 Mode (22)
OSC Auto Bend Polarity
Osc 2 PWM (23)
Not Used
Osc 2 XMod (24)
Sync On/Off
Osc 2 Level (25)
Not Used
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Korg DSM-1 Page 2 Controls
Korg DSM-1
Cable and MIDI requirements
The Korg DSM-1 uses a standard MIDI cable.
Korg DSM-1 Page 1 Controls
Osc 1 Range (1)
Not Used
LFO Wave (26)
VCF MG Wave (Sine, Tri, Square)
Osc 1 Wave (2)
Not Used
LFO Delay (27)
VCF MG Delay
Osc 1 PW (3)
Not Used
LFO Speed (28)
VCF MG Rate
Osc 1 Tune (4)
Not Used
Chorus/FX Rate (29)
Not Used
Osc 1 LFO Mod (5)
Not Used
Chorus/FX Mode (30)
Not Used
Osc 1 ENV Mod (6)
Not Used
HPF (31)
Not Used
Osc 1 Mode (7)
Not Used
LPF Cutoff (32)
VCF Cutoff Aftertouch
Osc 1 PWM (8)
Not Used
LPF Resonance (33)
Bender VCF Sweep Intensity
Osc 1 Level (9)
Not Used
Filter LFO Modulation (34)
VCF MG Init After Touch
Noise Level (10)
Not Used
Filter ENV Modulation (35)
Not Used
Osc 1 Range (1)
Not Used
LFO Wave (26)
OSC MG Wave (Sine, Tri, Square)
Osc 2 Range (15)
Not Used
Filter Key Follow (36)
Not Used
Osc 1 Wave (2)
Not Used
LFO Delay (27)
OSC MG Delay
Osc 2 Wave (16)
Not Used
Filter ADSR EG (37-40)
VCF Attack, Decay, Slope Aftertouch Sense
Osc 1 PW (3)
Multi Sound Number
LFO Speed (28)
OSC MG Rate
Osc 2 PW (17)
Not Used
Filter Mode (41)
Not Used
Osc 1 Tune (4)
Tune (+-)
Chorus/FX Rate (29)
Not Used
Osc 2 Tune (18)
Not Used
VCA ADSR EG2 (42-45)
Osc 1 LFO Mod (5)
OSC MG Intensity
Chorus/FX Mode (30)
Not Used
VCA Attack, Decay, Slope Aftertouch Sense
EG Release Keytrack
Osc 1 ENV Mod (6)
Pitch Bend Range
HPF (31)
Not Used
Osc 2 Fine Tune (19)
Not Used
VCA Mode (46)
Not Used
Osc 1 Mode (7)
Not Used
LPF Cutoff (32)
Active
Osc 2 LFO Mod (20)
Auto Bend Touch Sens Intensity
VCA Level (47)
Total Level Aftertouch Sense
Osc 1 PWM (8)
Not Used
LPF Resonance (33)
Not Used
Osc 2 ENV Mod (21)
Not Used
Osc 1 Level (9)
Not Used
Filter LFO Modulation (34)
VCF MG Intensity
Osc 2 Mode (22)
Not Used
Noise Level (10)
Not Used
Filter ENV Modulation (35)
VCF EG Intensity
Osc 2 PWM (23)
Not Used
Osc 2 Range (15)
Not Used
Filter Key Follow (36)
Active
Osc 2 XMod (24)
Not Used
Osc 2 Wave (16)
Not Used
Filter ADSR EG1 (37-40)
Active (ADSR only)
Osc 2 Level (25)
Not Used
Osc 2 PW (17)
Auto Bend Direction (Up/Down)
Filter Mode (41)
VCF EG Polarity
Osc 2 Tune (18)
Auto Bend Time
VCA ADSR EG2 (42-45)
Active (ADSR only)
Osc 2 Fine Tune (19)
Auto Bend Intensity
VCA Mode (46)
Not Used
Osc 2 LFO Mod (20)
Not Used
VCA Level (47)
Active
Osc 2 ENV Mod (21)
Not Used
Osc 2 Mode (22)
OSC Auto Bend Polarity
Osc 2 PWM (23)
Not Used
Osc 2 XMod (24)
Not Used
Osc 2 Level (25)
Not Used
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KORG© M1 Controls Pg2 - Double Mode
SYNTH TABLES
Korg M1
Cable and MIDI requirements
The Korg M1 uses a standard MIDI cable, The M1 must be placed in Edit Mode on the front
panel.
KORG© M1 Controls Pg1 - Single Mode
Osc 1 Range (1)
16', 8', 4'
LFO1 Wave (26)
VDF MG Wave Tri/Up Saw/Dn Saw/Sqr
Osc 1 Wave (2)
Not Used - Wave selected using the PW slider
LFO1 Delay (27)
VDF MG Delay
Osc 1 PW (3)
Wave types internal & cartridge
LFO1 Speed (28)
VDF MG Rate
Osc 1 Tune (4)
Not Used
Chorus/FX Rate (29)
Effect 2 Type
Osc 1 LFO Mod (5)
Pitch MG Intensity
Chorus/FX Mode (30)
Effect 1 On/Off
Osc 1 ENV Mod (6)
Not Used
HPF (31)
Not Used
Osc 1 Mode (7)
Voice Mode Single/Double/Drum
VDF Cutoff (32)
Active
Osc 1 PWM (8)
Not Used
LPF Resonance (33)
Not Used
Osc 1 Level (9)
DCO Level
Filter LFO Modulation (34)
VDF MG Intensity
Noise Level (10)
Not Used
Filter ENV Modulation (35)
VDF EG Intensity
Osc 2 Range (15)
Not Used
Filter Key Follow (36)
VDF Key Follow Amount
Osc 2 Wave (16)
DCO MG Wave Tri/Up Saw/Dn Saw/Sqr
Filter ADSR EG1 (37-40)
A/D/S/R Only
Osc 2 PW (17)
DCO MG Delay
Filter Mode (41)
Not Used
Osc 2 Tune (18)
Not Used
VDA ADSR EG2 (42-45)
A/D/S/R Only
Osc 2 Fine Tune (19)
Not Used
VCA Mode (46)
Not Used
Osc 2 LFO Mod (20)
DCO MG Rate
VCA Level (47)
Not Used
Osc 2 ENV Mod (21)
Not Used
Osc 2 Mode (22)
DCO Hold On/Off
Osc 2 PWM (23)
Effect 1 Type
Osc 2 XMod (24)
DCO Mono/Poly
Osc 2 Level (25)
Not Used
Osc 1 Range (1)
DCO 1 16', 8', 4'
LFO1 Wave (26)
VDF MG Wave Tri/Up Saw/Dn Saw/Sqr
Osc 1 Wave (2)
Not Used - DCO 1 Wave selected using the PW slider
LFO1 Delay (27)
VDF MG Delay
Osc 1 PW (3)
Wave types internal & cartridge
LFO1 Speed (28)
VDF MG Rate
Osc 1 Tune (4)
Not Used
Chorus/FX Rate (29)
Effect 2 Type
Osc 1 LFO Mod (5)
Pitch MG Intensity
Chorus/FX Mode (30)
Effect 2 On/Off
Osc 1 ENV Mod (6)
Not Used
HPF (31)
Not Used
Osc 1 Mode (7)
Voice Mode Single/Double/Drum
VDF Cutoff (32)
Active
Osc 1 PWM (8)
Not Used
LPF Resonance (33)
Not Used
Osc 1 Level (9)
DCO 1 Level
Filter LFO Modulation (34)
VDF MG Intensity
Noise Level (10)
Not Used
Filter ENV Modulation (35)
VDF EG Intensity
Osc 2 Range (15)
DCO 1 16', 8', 4'
Filter Key Follow (36)
VDF Key Follow Amount
Osc 2 Wave (16)
Not Used - DCO 2 Wave selected using the PW slider
Filter ADSR EG1 (37-40)
A/D/S/R Only
Osc 2 PW (17)
Wave types internal & cartridge
Filter Mode (41)
Not Used
Osc 2 Tune (18)
DCO 2 Tune
VDA ADSR EG2 (42-45)
A/D/S/R Only
Osc 2 Fine Tune (19)
DCO 2 Detune
VCA Mode (46)
Not Used
Osc 2 LFO Mod (20)
Not Used
VCA Level (47)
Not Used
Osc 2 ENV Mod (21)
Not Used
Osc 2 Mode (22)
DCO Hold On/Off
Osc 2 PWM (23)
Not Used
Osc 2 XMod (24)
DCO Mono/Poly
Osc 2 Level (25)
DCO 2 Level
Korg M1 Notes
The M1 uses an unusual menu system which alters depending on the mode the M1 is in. The same command
sent to the M1 in Single Mode will have a completely different action in Double Mode or Drum Mode. The PE will
needs to be matched to the mode of the M1 to get useful results. The M1 also need to be placed into edit mode
on the front panel before editing is possible.
There are a large number of parameters that are not practical to edit from the PE and these must be done from
the M1. The PE tries to cover the most useful.
The oscillator wave forms are to numerous to be placed on the waveform button so these have been placed on
the PW slider. The lowest numbers select internal waves and the higher numbers select cartridge waves if a
cartridge is present.
The Envelopes in the M1 use extra controls. In addition to Attack, Decay, Sustain and Release there are break
level and slope controls. The Patch Editor only controls the A/D/S/R sections.
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SYNTH TABLES
Oberheim Matrix 6 Page 2 Controls
Oberheim Matrix 6
Cable and MIDI requirements
The Oberheim Matrix 6 uses a standard MIDI cable.
Oberheim Matrix 6 Page 1 Controls
Osc 1 Range (1)
OSC 1 Click (On/Off)
LFO Wave (26)
LFO 2 Tri, Up Saw, Down Saw, Sqr, Random,
Noise, Sample Mod
Osc 1 Wave (2)
Tracking Input Select (20 types)
LFO Delay (27)
LFO 2 Initial Amplitude
Osc 1 PW (3)
Tracking Point 1
LFO Speed (28)
LFO 2 Rate
Osc 1 Tune (4)
Tracking Point 2
Chorus/FX Rate (29)
Not Used
Osc 1 LFO Mod (5)
Tracking Point 3
Chorus/FX Mode (30)
Key Assign Mode (4 types)
Osc 1 ENV Mod (6)
Tracking Point 4
HPF (31)
VCF Keyboard Mod (Key, Portamento)
Osc 1 Mode (7)
Not Used
LPF Cutoff (32)
Active
Osc 1 PWM (8)
Tracking Point 5
LPF Resonance (33)
Active
Osc 1 Level (9)
Not Used
Filter LFO Modulation (34)
Not Used
Noise Level (10)
Not Used
Filter ENV Modulation (35)
Env 1 Initial Delay
Osc 2 Range (15)
OSC 2 Click (On/Off)
Filter Key Follow (36)
Env 2 Initial Delay
Osc 1 Range (1)
Not Used
LFO1 Wave (26)
Tri, Up Saw, Down Saw, Sqr, Random, Noise,
Sample Mod
Osc 1 Wave (2)
Osc 1 Wave (Off Pulse, Wave, Both)
LFO1 Delay (27)
LFO 1 Initial Amplitude
Osc 2 Wave (16)
Not Used
Filter ADSR EG1 (37-40)
Env 3 Initial Delay (on VCF Release Slider)
Osc 1 PW (3)
DCO 1 Initial Pulse Width Amount
LFO1 Speed (28)
LFO 1 Rate
Osc 2 PW (17)
Not Used
Filter Mode (41)
Env 1 Mode (DADR/Free run)
Osc 1 Tune (4)
DCO 1 Initial Frequency Semitones
Chorus/FX Rate (29)
Portamento Initial Rate
Osc 2 Tune (18)
Not Used
VCA ADSR EG2 (42-45)
Env 3 ADSR
Osc 1 LFO Mod (5)
DCO 1 Freq by LFO 1 Modulation Amount
Chorus/FX Mode (30)
Legato Portamento Enable
Osc 2 Fine Tune (19)
Not Used
VCA Mode (46)
Env 2 Mode (DADR/Free run)
Osc 1 ENV Mod (6)
OSC 1 Initial Wave Shape
HPF (31)
VCF Fixed Mods (Off, Level 1, Vibrato, Both)
Osc 2 LFO Mod (20)
Not Used
VCA Level (47)
Active
Osc 1 Mode (7)
OSC 1 Fixed Mods (Off, Level 1, Vibrato, Both)
LPF Cutoff (32)
Active
Osc 2 ENV Mod (21)
Not Used
Osc 1 PWM (8)
DCO 1 PW by LFO2 Modulation Amount
LPF Resonance (33)
Active
Osc 2 Mode (22)
Not Used
Osc 1 Level (9)
Oscillator 1 <> 2 Mix
Filter LFO Modulation (34)
VCF FM Amount
Osc 2 PWM (23)
Not Used
Noise Level (10)
Not Used
Filter ENV Modulation (35)
VCF Env 1 Amount
Osc 2 XMod (24)
Not Used
Osc 2 Range (15)
Not Used
Filter Key Follow (36)
VCF Pressure Mod Amount
Osc 2 Level (25)
Not Used
Osc 2 Wave (16)
Osc 2 Wave (Off Pulse, Wave, Both)
Filter ADSR EG1 (37-40)
Env 1
Osc 2 PW (17)
DCO 2 Initial Pulse Width Amount
Filter Mode (41)
Env 1 Trigger Mode
Osc 2 Tune (18)
DCO 2 Tune Semitones
VCA ADSR EG2 (42-45)
Env 2
Osc 2 Fine Tune (19)
DCO 2 Detune Cents
VCA Mode (46)
Env 2 Trigger Mode
Osc 2 LFO Mod (20)
DCO 2 Freq by LFO 2 Modulation Amount
VCA Level (47)
VCA Initial Level
Osc 2 ENV Mod (21)
OSC 2 Initial Wave Shape
Osc 2 Mode (22)
OSC 1 Fixed Mods (Off, Level 1, Vibrato, Both)
Osc 2 PWM (23)
DCO 2 PW by LFO2 Modulation Amount
Osc 2 XMod (24)
Sync On/Off
Osc 2 Level (25)
Not Used
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Oberheim Matrix 6 Notes
Some Sysex commands on the Oberheim Matrix 6 are very slow responding to sysex and it does not respond
well to large numbers of commands in rapid succession. With some commands to the Matrix 6 the synth will
stop responding for 1-2 seconds and hang notes or have other random problems until it catches up. This makes
it unsuitable to control parameters in a live situation but a patch has been provided to help set up the Matrix 6.
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SYNTH TABLES
Oberhiem Matrix 1000
Cable and MIDI requirements
The Oberheim Matrix 1000 uses a standard MIDI cable.
Oberheim Matrix 1000 Controls
Osc 1 Range (1)
Not Used
LFO1 Wave (26)
Tri, Up Saw, Down Saw, Sqr, Random, Noise,
Sample Mod
Osc 1 Wave (2)
Saw, Tri, Pulse, Pulse+Saw, Pulse+Tri
LFO1 Delay (27)
LFO 1 Rate
Osc 1 PW (3)
DCO 1 Initial Pulse Width Amount
LFO1 Speed (28)
LFO 2 Rate
Osc 1 Tune (4)
DCO 1 Tune Semitones
Chorus/FX Rate (29)
Not Used
Osc 1 LFO Mod (5)
DCO 1 LFO Modulation
Chorus/FX Mode (30)
Not Used
Osc 1 ENV Mod (6)
Not Used
HPF (31)
Not Used
Osc 1 Mode (7)
DCO 1 Envelope Source EG1, EG1 inv, EG2, EG2 inv
LPF Cutoff (32)
Active
Osc 1 PWM (8)
DCO 1 LFO2 PWM Modulation Amount
LPF Resonance (33)
Active
Osc 1 Level (9)
Oscillator 1 <> 2 Mix
Filter LFO Modulation (34)
Active
Noise Level (10)
Not Used
Filter ENV Modulation (35)
Active
Osc 2 Range (15)
Not Used
Filter Key Follow (36)
Active
Osc 2 Wave (16)
Saw, Tri, Pulse, Pulse+Saw, Pulse+Tri
Filter ADSR EG1 (37-40)
Active
Osc 2 PW (17)
DCO 2 Initial Pulse Width Amount
Filter Mode (41)
Not Used
Osc 2 Tune (18)
DCO 2 Tune Semitones
VCA ADSR EG2 (42-45)
Active
Osc 2 Fine Tune (19)
DCO 2 Detune Cents
VCA Mode (46)
Not Used
Osc 2 LFO Mod (20)
DCO 2 LFO Modulation
VCA Level (47)
Active
Osc 2 ENV Mod (21)
Not Used
Osc 2 Mode (22)
DCO 2 Envelope Source EG1, EG1 inv, EG2, EG2 inv
Osc 2 PWM (23)
DCO 2 LFO2 PWM Modulation Amount
Osc 2 XMod (24)
Sync On/Off
Osc 2 Level (25)
Not Used
Oberheim Matrix 1000 Notes
Some Sysex commands on the Oberheim Matrix 1000 are very slow responding to sysex and it does not
respond well to large numbers of commands in rapid succession. This is especially so for the filter cutoff. When
a series of Sysex commands are sent to the M1000 the synth will stop responding and hang notes or have other
random problems until it catches up. This makes it unsuitable to control parameters in a live situation but a patch
has been provided to help set up the M1000. The parameter for Filter sustain control does not work in the M1000
and has been disabled in this patch.
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Roland© Juno-1/HS-10 Controls Pg2
SYNTH TABLES
Roland Juno-1 Juno-2 and HS-10
Cable requirements
The Roland Juno-1/HS-10 uses a standard MIDI cable
Osc 1 Range (1)
Not Used
LFO Wave (26)
Not Used
Osc 1 Wave (2)
Not Used
LFO Delay (27)
Not Used
Osc 1 PW (3)
Not Used
LFO Speed (28)
Not Used
Osc 1 Tune (4)
Not Used
Chorus/FX Rate (29)
Not Used
Osc 1 LFO Mod (5)
Not Used
Chorus/FX Mode (30)
Not Used
Osc 1 ENV Mod (6)
Not Used
HPF (31)
Not Used
Osc 1 Mode (7)
Not Used
LPF Cutoff (32)
Active
Osc 1 PWM (8)
Not Used
LPF Resonance (33)
Active
Osc 1 Level (9)
Not Used
Filter LFO Modulation
(34)
Active
Noise Level (10)
Not Used
Filter ENV Modulation
(35)
Active
Osc 2 Range (15)
Not Used
Filter Key Follow (36)
Active
Osc 2 Wave (16)
Not Used
Filter Decay
T1 Time
Osc 2 PW (17)
Not Used
Filter Sustain
L1 Level
Osc 2 Tune (18)
Not Used
Filter Release
T2 Time
Osc 2 Fine Tune (19)
Not Used
Filter Mode
Not Used
Osc 2 LFO Mod (20)
Not Used
VCA Attack
L2 Level
Osc 2 ENV Mod (21)
Not Used
VCA Decay
T3 Time
Osc 2 Mode (22)
Not Used
VCA Sustain
L3 Level
Osc 2 PWM (23)
Not Used
VCA Release
T4 Time
Osc 2 XMod (24)
Not Used
VCA Mode (46)
Not Used
Osc 2 Level (25)
Not Used
VCA Level (47)
Not Used
Equivalent controls
Roland© Juno-1/HS-10 Controls Pg1
Osc 1 Range (1)
32',16', 8', 4'
LFO Wave (26)
Not Used (sine only)
Osc 1 Wave (2)
Sawtooth Waveform Select
LFO Delay (27)
Active
Osc 1 PW (3)
DCO PW/PWM
LFO Speed (28)
Active
Osc 1 Tune (4)
Not Used
Chorus/FX Rate (29)
Active (Chorus Rate)
Osc 1 LFO Mod (5)
Active
Chorus/FX Mode (30)
Chorus On, Chorus Off
Osc 1 ENV Mod (6)
Active
HPF (31)
Active
Osc 1 Mode (7)
PW Waveform Select
LPF Cutoff (32)
Active
Osc 1 PWM (8)
PWM Rate
LPF Resonance (33)
Active
Osc 1 Level (9)
Not Used
Filter LFO Modulation
(34)
Active
Noise Level (10)
Active (0-3 range)
Filter ENV Modulation
(35)
Active
Osc 2 Range (15)
Not Used
Filter Key Follow (36)
Active
Osc 2 Wave (16)
Sub Osc Waveform & Octave Select
Filter ADSR (37-40)
Not Used
Osc 2 PW (17)
DCO Aftertouch Depth
Filter Mode (41)
Active EG Mode
Osc 2 Tune (18)
Not Used
VCA ADSR (42-45)
Active 4 stage
Osc 2 Fine Tune (19)
Not Used
VCA Mode (46)
Envelope, Gate
Osc 2 LFO Mod (20)
VCF Aftertouch
VCA Level (47)
Active
Osc 2 ENV Mod (21)
VCA Aftertouch
Osc 2 Mode (22)
Used to select Env type for Osc ENV Mod
Osc 2 PWM (23)
Envelope Key Follow
Osc 2 XMod (24)
Not Used
Osc 2 Level (25)
Sub Osc Level (0-3 Range)
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Roland Juno 1, Juno 2 & HS-10 Notes
The Juno 1, Juno 2 & HS-10 synthesizers have one oscillator and a sub oscillator for each of the six voices. The oscillator
design is a digital system and the filter and the VCA is the custom Roland chip the IR3R05 for each of the six voices. The HS10 is the same as the Juno-1 apart from the panel sticker on the front.
The oscillator 1 Wave switch (1) is used to step though all possible Sawtooth wave types. These are Off, Sawtooth type 1,
Sawtooth type 2, Sawtooth type 3+PW, Sawtooth type 4 and Sawtooth type 5. For the Sawtooth type 3+PW waveform the
PW level control (3) is used to adjust the PW and the PWM Speed control (8) is used to give a PWM LFO effect. Fully off on
the PWM Speed (8) stops the LFO and PW control is manual only using the PW control (3). These controls will have no effect
for the other Sawtooth wave types.
The oscillator 1 Mode switch is used to step through all the possible pulse wave types. Valid types are Off, Pulse type 1,
Pulse type 2 and Pulse type 3+PW. For the Pulse type 3+PW waveform the PW level control is used to adjust the PW and the
PWM Speed control is used to give a PWM LFO effect. Fully off on the PWM Speed stops the LFO and PW control is manual
only using the PW control. These controls will have no effect for the other Pulse wave types.
Oscillator 2 on the Patch Editor is used to control the sub oscillator. The oscillator 2 wave switch (16) is used to step through
all the possible sub oscillator wave forms and octaves. These are -1 octave Square Wave, minus one octave Pulse wave type
1, 2 and 3, minus 2 octaves Square wave and minus 2 octaves pulse wave. This and the level control (25) are the only valid
controls for the sub oscillator.
Oscillator 2 Mode Button (22) is used to select the envelope mode for the Osc ENV mod (6). Valid options are Normal,
Inverted, Normal with Dynamics, Inverted with Dynamics. The Filter Mode Button (41) has the same options for the Filter ENV
control (35).
There is no separate EG controls for the filter and the VCA EG controls (42-45) are used for Oscillator, Filter and VCA
modulation. The VCA Mode Button (46) has 4 valid options. Envelope, Gate, Envelope with Dynamics and Gate with
Dynamics
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Osc 2 Level (25)
SYNTH TABLES
Roland© JX-8P Controls Pg2
Roland JX-8P
Cable requirements
The Roland JX-8P uses a standard MIDI cable
Equivalent
controls
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Roland JX-8P Controls Pg1
Osc 1 Range (1)
16', 8', 4', 2'
LFO Wave (26)
Sine, Square, Random
Osc 1 Wave (2)
Saw, Pulse, Square, Noise
LFO Delay (27)
LFO Delay
Osc 1 PW (3)
Not Used
LFO Speed (28)
LFO Rate
Osc 1 Tune (4)
DCO 1 Tune
Chorus/FX Rate (29)
Not Used
Osc 1 LFO Mod (5)
DCO 1 LFO Mod
Chorus/FX Mode (30)
Chorus Off, 1, 2
Osc 1 ENV Mod (6)
DCO 1 ENV Mod
HPF (31)
Off, 1, 2, 3
Osc 1 Mode (7)
DCO 1 & 2 Envelope Mode
LPF Cutoff (32)
Active
Osc 1 PWM (8)
Not Used
LPF Resonance (33)
Active
Osc 1 Level (9)
DCO 1 Level
Filter LFO Modulation
(34)
Active
Noise Level (10)
Not Used
Filter ENV Modulation
(35)
Active
Osc 2 Range (15)
16', 8', 4', 2'
Filter Key Follow (36)
Active
Osc 2 Wave (16)
Saw, Pulse, Square, Noise
Filter ADSR (37-40)
Active
Osc 2 PW (17)
Not Used
Filter Mode (41)
Filter Envelope Source
Osc 2 Tune (18)
DCO 2 Tune
VCA ADSR (42-45)
Active
Osc 2 Fine Tune (19)
DCO 2 Fine Tune
VCA Mode (46)
Envelope 2, Gate
Osc 2 LFO Mod (20)
DCO 2 LFO Mod
VCA Level (47)
Active
Osc 2 ENV Mod (21)
DCO 2 ENV Mod
Osc 2 Mode (22)
Not Used
Osc 2 PWM (23)
Not Used
Osc 2 XMod (24)
Off, 1, 2, Cross Mod
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DCO 2 Level
Osc 1 Range (1)
Not Used
LFO Wave (26)
Key Follow Env 1 Off,1 ,2 ,3
Osc 1 Wave (2)
Not Used
LFO Delay (27)
Not Used
Osc 1 PW (3)
Not Used
LFO Speed (28)
Not Used
Osc 1 Tune (4)
Not Used
Chorus/FX Rate (29)
Not Used
Osc 1 LFO Mod (5)
Not Used
Chorus/FX Mode (30)
Key Follow Env 2 Off,1 ,2 ,3
Osc 1 ENV Mod (6)
Not Used
HPF (31)
Not Used
Osc 1 Mode (7)
DCO 1&2 Dynamics Mode Off,1 ,2 ,3
LPF Cutoff (32)
Active
Osc 1 PWM (8)
Not Used
LPF Resonance (33)
Active
Osc 1 Level (9)
Not Used
Filter LFO Modulation
(34)
Active
Noise Level (10)
Not Used
Filter ENV Modulation
(35)
Active
Osc 2 Range (15)
Not Used
Filter Key Follow (36)
Active
Osc 2 Wave (16)
Not Used
Filter Decay
Not Used
Osc 2 PW (17)
Not Used
Filter Sustain
Not Used
Osc 2 Tune (18)
Not Used
Filter Release
Not Used
Osc 2 Fine Tune (19)
Not Used
Filter Mode
VCF Dynamics Mode Off,1 ,2 ,3
Osc 2 LFO Mod (20)
Not Used
VCA Attack
Not Used
Osc 2 ENV Mod (21)
Not Used
VCA Decay
Not Used
Osc 2 Mode (22)
Mixer Envelope Mode
VCA Sustain
Not Used
Osc 2 PWM (23)
Not Used
VCA Release
Not Used
Osc 2 XMod (24)
Mixer Dynamics Mode Off,1 ,2 ,3
VCA Mode (46)
VCA Dynamics Mode Off,1 ,2 ,3
Osc 2 Level (25)
Mixer Env Mod Level
VCA Level (47)
Not Used
Roland JX-8P Notes
The JX-8P has two separate oscillators. The oscillator design in the JX-8P is a digital system and the filter and the
VCA use the custom Roland chip the IR3R05 for each of the six voices.
Oscillator 1 & 2 share a common envelope type for the ENV Modulation controls (6) (21). The Oscillator 1 Mode
Button (7) selects the envelope type and source for both Oscillators and the Filter Mode Button (41) selects the
envelope type and source for the Filter. Valid options are EG1 (37-40) Normal, EG1 Inverted, EG2 (42-45) Normal
and EG2 Inverted.
Oscillator 2 Mode switch (22) is used to set the Dynamics for both Oscillators, the Mixer, VCF & VCA. These are
all set to the same value. Valid options are 0 (off), 1, 2 and 3.
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Roland Juno 106 Notes
The Juno 106 synthesizers have one oscillator which is divided by two to give a sub oscillator for each of the six
voices. The oscillator design is a digital system and the filter and the VCA is the custom Roland chip the 80017a
filter hybrid for each of the six voices.
Roland Juno-106 / MKS-7
Cable requirements
The Roland Juno-106 uses a standard MIDI cable
The oscillator 1 Wave switch (1) is used to step though the possible wave types. These are Sawtooth and Pulse
or combination only.
There is no separate EG controls for the filter and the VCA EG controls (42-45) are used for Oscillator, Filter and
VCA modulation.
Equivalent controls
Note: Because the switch settings are combined into two commands changing one switch will cause the others
in the same command to be sent also with whatever settings are on the Patch Editor. This is unavoidable due to
the way the Juno-106 is controlled.
The Roland Juno-106 did not have a dedicated controller available.
Roland© Juno-106 Controls
Switch combinations are
Osc 1 Range (1)
16', 8', 4'
LFO Wave (26)
Not Used (sine only)
Osc 1 Wave (2)
Sawtooth / Pulse Only
LFO Delay (27)
Active
Osc 1 PW (3)
Not Used
LFO Speed (28)
Active
Osc 1 Tune (4)
Not Used
Chorus/FX Rate (29)
Not Used
Osc 1 LFO Mod (5)
Active
Chorus/FX Mode (30)
Chorus Off, Mode 1, Mode2
Osc 1 ENV Mod (6)
Not Used
HPF (31)
Active
Osc 1 Mode (7)
PWM Source Select - LFO or Manual
LPF Cutoff (32)
Active
Osc 1 PWM (8)
Active
LPF Resonance (33)
Active
Osc 1 Level (9)
Not Used
Filter LFO Modulation
(34)
Active
Noise Level (10)
Active
Filter ENV Modulation
(35)
Active
Osc 2 Range (15)
Not Used
Filter Key Follow (36)
Active
Osc 2 Wave (16)
Not Used
Filter ADSR (37-40)
Not Used
Osc 2 PW (17)
Not Used
Filter Mode (41)
Envelope Polarity
Osc 2 Tune (18)
Not Used
VCA ADSR (42-45)
Active
Osc 2 Fine Tune (19)
Not Used
VCA Mode (46)
Envelope, Gate
Osc 2 LFO Mod (20)
Not Used
VCA Level (47)
Active
Osc 2 ENV Mod (21)
Not Used
Osc 2 Mode (22)
Not Used
Osc 2 PWM (23)
Not Used
Osc 2 XMod (24)
Not Used
Osc 2 Level (25)
Sub Osc Level
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1) Chorus, Wave and Range selections.
2) HP Filter, VCA Env, Envelope Polarity & PWM selections.
The MKS-7 can be controlled using the Juno-106 Patch
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SYNTH TABLES
Roland MKS-70 / JX-10SE
Osc 1 Range (1)
Upper / Lower Voice Key Assign **
LFO Wave (26)
Key Follow Env 1
Osc 1 Wave (2)
Up/Low Hold Mode **
Both Voices Key Mode *
LFO Delay (27)
Not Used
Osc 1 PW (3)
Not Used
LFO Speed (28)
Not Used
Osc 1 Tune (4)
Upper / Lower Chromatic Shift **
Chorus/FX Rate (29)
Upper / Lower Unison Detune **
Dual Detune *
Osc 1 LFO Mod (5)
Upper / Lower LFO Mod Depth **
Chorus/FX Mode (30)
Key Follow Env 2
Osc 1 ENV Mod (6)
Not Used
HPF (31)
Bender Mode Off/On **
Bend Range 2,3,4,7,12 semi tones *
Osc 1 Mode (7)
Selects DCO1&2 Dynamics
LPF Cutoff (32)
Active
Osc 1 PWM (8)
Not Used
LPF Resonance (33)
Active
Osc 1 Level (9)
Upper / Lower Voice Balance *
Filter LFO Mod (34)
Active
Noise Level (10)
Used for Mixer Modulation
Filter ENV Mod (35)
Active
Osc 2 Range (15)
Upper / Lower Portamento On / Off **
Filter Key Follow (36)
Active
Osc 2 Wave (16)
Upper / Lower Bender On / Off **
Filter Release (40)
Envelope 1 Key Follow
Osc 2 PW (17)
Both Voices Portamento Time *
Filter Mode (41)
Select VCF Dynamics
Osc 2 Tune (18)
Upper / Lower Split Point **
VCA Release (45)
Envelope 2 Key Follow
Osc 2 Fine Tune (19)
Not Used
VCA Mode (46)
Select VCA Dynamics
Osc 2 LFO Mod (20)
Aftertouch Vibrato *
VCA Level (47)
Total Volume *
Osc 2 ENV Mod (21)
Aftertouch Brilliance *
Osc 2 Mode (22)
Selects Mixer Envelope Mode
Osc 2 PWM (23)
Aftertouch Volume *
Equivalent controls
Osc 2 XMod (24)
Selects Mixer Dynamics
Roland MKS-70 Controls - Page A
Osc 2 Level (25)
Not Used
Cable requirements
The Roland MKS-70 uses a standard MIDI cable. The JX-10 can also be used on this patch but
must have the Colin Fraser upgrade fitted (JX-10SE). The JX-10SE does not support
Upper/Lower Board changing so only limited control is possible.
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Osc 1 Range (1)
16', 8', 4',2'
LFO Wave (26)
Sine, Square, Random
Osc 1 Wave (2)
Saw, Pulse, Square, Noise
LFO Delay (27)
Active
Osc 1 PW (3)
Not Used
LFO Speed (28)
Active
Osc 1 Tune (4)
Active
Chorus/FX Rate (29)
Not Active
Osc 1 LFO Mod (5)
Active
Chorus/FX Mode (30)
Chorus Off, Chorus Mode 1 and 2
Osc 1 ENV Mod (6)
Active
HPF (31)
Active
Osc 1 Mode (7)
Osc 1 & 2 Envelope Source Select
LPF Cutoff (32)
Active
Osc 1 PWM (8)
Not Used
LPF Resonance (33)
Active
Osc 1 Level (9)
DCO Mixer 1 Control
Filter LFO Mod (34)
Active
Noise Level (10)
Not Used
Filter ENV Mod (35)
Active
Osc 2 Range (15)
16', 8', 4',2'
Filter Key Follow (36)
Active
Osc 2 Wave (16)
Saw, Pulse, Square, Noise
Filter ADSR EG1 (37-40)
Active
Osc 2 PW (17)
Not Used
Filter Mode (41)
Filter Envelope Source Select
Osc 2 Tune (18)
Active
VCA ADSR EG2 (42-45)
Active
Osc 2 Fine Tune (19)
Active
VCA Mode (46)
Envelope (EG2 only), Gate
Osc 2 LFO Mod (20)
Active
VCA Level (47)
Active
Osc 2 ENV Mod (21)
Active
Osc 2 Mode (22)
Not Used
Osc 2 PWM (23)
Not Used
Osc 2 XMod (24)
Off, Sync 1, Sync 2, XMod
Osc 2 Level (25)
DCO 2 Mixer Control
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* = These controls apply to both voices boards and are only found on the 'Both' B page
** = These controls are found only on the Upper or Lower B page
Roland MKS-70 Notes
The MKS-70 has two separate oscillators. The oscillator design in the MKS-70 is a digital system and the filter and the VCA is
the custom Roland chip the IR3R05 for each of the six voices. The circuitry is very similar to the JX-8P and the JX -10. The
MKS-70 is basically two JX-10 voice boards fitted into a rack mount case. The two boards are called Tone A and Tone B and
can have completely independent settings. The Patch Editor can address these separately on the MKS-70 or simultaneously
via the Tone Select Button. This feature will not work on the JX-10 with the Colin Fraser Upgrade and the boards must be
swapped on the JX-10 using the synthesizer buttons.
All controls will only effect the selected Tone Board (A or B) and the non selected Tone Board will remain unchanged.
Oscillator 1 & 2 share a common envelope type for the ENV Modulation controls (6) (21). The Oscillator 1 Mode Button (7)
selects the envelope type and source for both Oscillators and the Filter Mode Button (41) selects the envelope type and
source for the Filter. Valid options are EG1 (37-40) Normal, EG1 Inverted, EG2 (42-45) Normal and EG2 Inverted.
Roland© MKS-70 Bug Report
Program releases v1.03 and v1.04 in the MKS-70 only allow access to Tone Board A via the MIDI port. Commands sent to
Tone Board B will only change Tone Board A settings. To correct this the MKS-70 needs to have the latest program v1.08
fitted. v1.05,1.06 & 1.07 have not been tested and may or may not work. For v1.03 you will require A,B&C Roms. For v1.04
only the A Rom is required. The 'A,B&C' Roms can be purchased from Kiwitechnics, Vintage Planet
(http://www.vintageplanet.nl) or possibly Roland but we have had issues getting support for the older equipment from
Roland. Pressing and holding the Value Switch at power on will display the version number of the A ROM on the MKS-70.
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SYNTH TABLES
Roland JD-990 FX
Osc 1 Range (1)
Group A Effect Sequence (24 types)
LFO Wave (26)
Not Used
Osc 1 Wave (2)
Group B Effect Sequence (6 types)
LFO Delay (27)
Not Used
Osc 1 PW (3)
Not Used
LFO Speed (28)
Not Used
Osc 1 Tune (4)
Not Used
Chorus/FX Rate (29)
Not Used
Osc 1 LFO Mod (5)
Not Used
Chorus/FX Mode (30)
Not Used
Osc 1 ENV Mod (6)
Not Used
HPF (31)
Group B Block 1 On/Off
Osc 1 Mode (7)
Not Used
LPF Cutoff (32)
Not Used
Portamento Mode
Osc 1 PWM (8)
Not Used
LPF Resonance (33)
Not Used
Not Used
Filter LFO Mod (34)
Spectrum Band 1
Cable requirements
The Roland MKS-70 uses a standard MIDI cable.
Roland© JD990 FX Controls – Page 1
Osc 1 Range (1)
Not Used
LFO Wave (26)
Osc 1 Wave (2)
Not Used
LFO Delay (27)
Bend Range Up
Osc 1 Level (9)
Osc 1 PW (3)
Chorus Depth
LFO Speed (28)
Bend Range Down
Noise Level (10)
Not Used
Filter ENV Mod (35)
Spectrum Band 2
Osc 1 Tune (4)
Chorus Rate
Chorus/FX Rate (29)
Portamento Time
Osc 2 Range (15)
Group A Block 1 On/Off
Filter Key Follow (36)
Spectrum Band 3
Portamento On/Off
Osc 2 Wave (16)
Group A Block 2 On/Off
Filter Attack (37)
Spectrum Band 4
Solo Sync Master (Off, 4 types)
Osc 2 PW (17)
Not Used
Filter Decay (38)
Spectrum Band 5
Phaser Depth
Osc 2 Tune (18)
Not Used
Filter Sustain (39)
Spectrum Band 6
Not Used
Filter Release(40)
Spectrum Band Width
Osc 1 LFO Mod (5)
Osc 1 ENV Mod (6)
Osc 1 Mode (7)
Chorus Delay Time
Chorus Feedback
Distortion Type (7 types)
Chorus/FX Mode (30)
HPF (31)
LPF Cutoff (32)
Osc 1 PWM (8)
Chorus Level
LPF Resonance (33)
Phaser Resonance
Osc 2 Fine Tune (19)
Osc 1 Level (9)
Distortion Drive
Filter LFO Mod (34)
Phaser Manual
Osc 2 LFO Mod (20)
Not Used
Filter Mode (41)
Group B Block 2 On/Off
Noise Level (10)
Distortion Level
Filter ENV Mod (35)
Phaser Rate
Osc 2 ENV Mod (21)
Not Used
VCA Attack (42)
Not Used
Phaser Mix
Osc 2 Mode (22)
Group A Block 3 On/Off
VCA Decay (43)
Not Used
Delay Tap Left
Osc 2 PWM (23)
Not Used
VCA Sustain (44)
Not Used
Group A Block 4 On/Off
VCA Release (45)
Not Used
Not Used
VCA Mode (46)
Group B Block 3 On/Off
VCA Level (47)
Not Used
Osc 2 Range (15)
Osc 2 Wave (16)
Solo On/Off
Solo Legato On/Off
Filter Key Follow (36)
Filter Attack (37)
Osc 2 PW (17)
Reverb Time
Filter Decay (38)
Delay Left Level
Osc 2 XMod (24)
Osc 2 Tune (18)
Reverb Early Ref
Filter Sustain (39)
Delay Tap Centre
Osc 2 Level (25)
Osc 2 Fine Tune (19)
Reverb HF Damp
Filter Release(40)
Delay Center Level
Osc 2 LFO Mod (20)
Reverb Pre Delay
Filter Mode (41)
Delay Mode
Osc 2 ENV Mod (21)
Reverb Level
VCA Attack (42)
Delay Tap Right
Osc 2 Mode (22)
Reverb Type (10 types)
VCA Decay (43)
Delay Right Level
Osc 2 PWM (23)
Analog Feel
VCA Sustain (44)
Delay Feedback
Osc 2 XMod (24)
Not Used
VCA Release (45)
Not Used
Osc 2 Level (25)
Not Used
VCA Mode (46)
Not Used
VCA Level (47)
Active
Roland© JD990 Notes
The Roland JD-990 is a complex synth with more controls than it is possible to fit on the PE. The JD-990 has
been split up into two separate patches. One does much of the FX controls and the other the Patch Tone
Controls for Tone A-D. Each patch is made up of four separate Tones (A,B,C & D) and each of these has two
pages of controls.
It is not possible to fit all parameters into the PE layout so only those deemed the most useful for Patch editing
have been included.
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SYNTH TABLES
Roland JD-990 Tone
Cable requirements
The Roland JD-990 uses a standard MIDI cable.
Roland© JD990 Tone Controls – Page 1
Osc 1 Range (1)
Wave Source (3 types)
LFO Wave (26)
LFO 1 Wave (8 Types)
Osc 1 Wave (2)
Tone Delay Mode (5 types)
LFO Delay (27)
LFO 1 Delay
Osc 1 PW (3)
Osc 1 Tune (4)
Osc 1 LFO Mod (5)
Osc 1 ENV Mod (6)
Wave Form Low 0-127
Pitch Random
Tone Delay Time
FXM Depth
LFO Speed (28)
Chorus/FX Rate (29)
Chorus/FX Mode (30)
HPF (31)
LFO 1 Rate
LFO 1 Fade
LFO 1 Offset (3 types)
Not Used
Osc 1 Mode (7)
Pitch Key Follow (17 types)
LPF Cutoff (32)
Not Used
Osc 1 PWM (8)
FXM Color
LPF Resonance (33)
Not Used
Osc 1 Level (9)
Noise Level (10)
Osc 2 Range (15)
Not Used
Not Used
Tones Octave – Note works for all tones 1-4
Filter LFO Mod (34)
Filter ENV Mod (35)
Filter Key Follow (36)
Not Used
Not Used
Not Used
Osc 2 Wave (16)
Not Used
Filter Attack (37)
Pitch Envelope Time 1
Osc 2 PW (17)
Not Used
Filter Decay (38)
Pitch Envelope Time 2
Osc 2 Tune (18)
WG Pitch Course
Filter Sustain (39)
Pitch Envelope Sustain Level
Osc 2 Fine Tune (19)
WG Pitch Fine
Filter Release(40)
Pitch Envelope Time 3
Osc 2 LFO Mod (20)
LFO 1 Mod
Filter Mode (41)
Not Used
Osc 2 ENV Mod (21)
Envelope Depth
VCA Attack (42)
Not Used
Osc 2 Mode (22)
Selects Mixer Envelope Mode
VCA Decay (43)
Not Used
Osc 2 PWM (23)
Not Used
VCA Sustain (44)
TVA LFO 1 Mod Level
Osc 2 XMod (24)
Sync Slave Mode On/Off
VCA Release (45)
TVA LFO 2 Mod Level
Osc 2 Level (25)
Not Used
VCA Mode (46)
Not Used
VCA Level (47)
TVA Level
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Osc 1 Range (1)
Not Used
LFO Wave (26)
LFO 2 Wave (8 Types)
Osc 1 Wave (2)
Not Used
LFO Delay (27)
LFO 2 Delay
Osc 1 PW (3)
Wave Form High 128-255
LFO Speed (28)
LFO 2 Rate
Osc 1 Tune (4)
Not Used
Chorus/FX Rate (29)
LFO 2 Fade
Osc 1 LFO Mod (5)
Pitch LFO 2 Mod
Chorus/FX Mode (30)
LFO 2 Offset (3 types)
Osc 1 ENV Mod (6)
Not Used
HPF (31)
TVF Mode (3 types)
Osc 1 Mode (7)
Pan Key Follow (15 types)
LPF Cutoff (32)
Filter Cutoff
Osc 1 PWM (8)
Not Used
LPF Resonance (33)
Filter Resonance
Osc 1 Level (9)
Tone Pan
Filter LFO Mod (34)
Filter LFO 1 Mod
Noise Level (10)
Not Used
Filter ENV Mod (35)
Filter TVF Env Level
Osc 2 Range (15)
Not Used
Filter Key Follow (36)
Filter Key Follow
Osc 2 Wave (16)
Not Used
Filter Attack (37)
TVF Envelope Time 1
Osc 2 PW (17)
Not Used
Filter Decay (38)
TVF Envelope Time 2
Osc 2 Tune (18)
Not Used
Filter Sustain (39)
TVF Envelope Sustain Level
Osc 2 Fine Tune (19)
Not Used
Filter Release(40)
TVF Envelope Time 4
Osc 2 LFO Mod (20)
Filter LFO 2 Mod
Filter Mode (41)
Not Used
Osc 2 ENV Mod (21)
Not Used
VCA Attack (42)
TVA Envelope Time 1
Osc 2 Mode (22)
Not Used
VCA Decay (43)
TVA Envelope Time 2
Osc 2 PWM (23)
Not Used
VCA Sustain (44)
TVA Envelope Sustain Level
Osc 2 XMod (24)
Not Used
VCA Release (45)
TVA Envelope Time 4
Osc 2 Level (25)
Not Used
VCA Mode (46)
Not Used
VCA Level (47)
Not Used
Roland© JD990 Notes
The Roland JD-990 is a complex synth with more controls than it is possible to fit on the PE. The JD-990 has
been split up into two separate patches. One does much of the FX controls and the other the Patch Tone
Controls for Tone A-D. Each patch is made up of four separate Tones (A,B,C & D) and each of these has two
pages of controls.
It is not possible to fit all parameters into the PE layout so only those deemed the most useful for Patch editing
have been included.
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Roland© MKS-80 Controls Page B
Roland MKS-80
Cable requirements
The Roland MKS-80 uses a standard MIDI cable,
Equivalent controls
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Roland MKS-80 Controls Page A
Osc 1 Range (1)
VCO-1 Mod Off, Norm, Inverted
LFO Wave (26)
Triangle, Sawtooth, Square, Random
Osc 1 Wave (2)
Sawtooth, Pulse, Square, Triangle
LFO Delay (27)
LFO Delay
Osc 1 PW (3)
VCO 1 & 2 PW adjust
LFO Speed (28)
LFO-1 Rate
Osc 1 Tune (4)
VCO 1 Range
Chorus/FX Rate (29)
Not Used
Osc 1 LFO Mod (5)
VCO 1 & 2 LFO-1 Modulation- (1 & 15) Polarity Select
Chorus/FX Mode (30)
Not Used
Osc 1 ENV Mod (6)
VCO 1 & 2 ENV-1 Modulation - (1 & 15) Polarity Select
HPF (31)
Not Used
Osc 1 Mode (7)
VCO 1 & 2 PWM Source & Polarity
LPF Cutoff (32)
VCF Cutoff
Osc 1 PWM (8)
VCO 1 & 2 PWM Amount
LPF Resonance (33)
VCF Resonance
Osc 1 Level (9)
VCO 1 & 2 Mix
Filter LFO Modulation (34)
VCF LFO-1 Modulation Amount
Noise Level (10)
Manual XMod Control
Filter ENV Modulation (35)
VCF ENV Mod Amount - (31) Source Select
Osc 2 Range (15)
VCO-2 Mod Off, Norm, Inverted
Filter Key Follow (36)
VCF Filter Key Follow
Osc 2 Wave (16)
Sawtooth, Pulse, Triangle, Noise
Filter ADSR EG1 (37-40)
VCF Envelope Control
Osc 2 PW (17)
HPF Continuous Control
Filter Mode (41)
VCF Envelope Source & Polarity
Osc 2 Tune (18)
VCO 2 Range
VCA ADSR EG2 (42-45)
Active
Osc 2 Fine Tune (19)
VCO 2 Tune
VCA Mode (46)
Envelope Reset On/Off
Osc 2 LFO Mod (20)
Not Used
VCA Level (47)
VCA ENV-2 Modulation
Osc 2 ENV Mod (21)
VCO Key Follow
Osc 2 Mode (22)
VCO 1 & 2 Key Follow mode
Osc 2 PWM (23)
XMod Env-1 Modulation Amount
Osc 2 XMod (24)
Off, Sync 1->2, Sync 1<-2
Osc 2 Level (25)
Not Used
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Osc 1 Range (1)
Octave Select (-2, -1, Norm, +1, +2)
LFO1 Wave (26)
Bend Range VCO-1 - Off, Norm, Wide
Osc 1 Wave (2)
Assign Mode Solo,Unison 1&2, Poly 1&2
LFO1 Delay (27)
Bender Sensitivity
Osc 1 PW (3)
Not Used
LFO1 Speed (28)
LFO-2 Rate
Osc 1 Tune (4)
Tone Split Point (note 21 - 108)
Chorus/FX Rate (29)
Unison Detune
Osc 1 LFO Mod (5)
Not Used
Chorus/FX Mode (30)
Bender Range VCO-2 - Off, Normal, Wide
Osc 1 ENV Mod (6)
Not Used
HPF (31)
Assign Mode Hold - Off / On / Midi
Osc 1 Mode (7)
Not Used
LPF Cutoff (32)
VCF Cutoff
Osc 1 PWM (8)
Not Used
LPF Resonance (33)
VCF Resonance
Osc 1 Level (9)
Not Used
Filter LFO Modulation (34)
VCF LFO-1 Modulation Amount
Noise Level (10)
Upper/Lower Tone Balance
Filter ENV Modulation (35)
VCF ENV Mod Amount - (31) Source Select
Osc 2 Range (15)
Key Mode - Whole, Split, Dual
Filter Key Follow (36)
VCF Filter Key Follow
Osc 2 Wave (16)
Not Used
Filter Attack EG1 (37)
Env-1 Key Follow
Osc 2 PW (17)
Glide
Filter Mode (41)
Env -1 Dynamics - Off, On
Osc 2 Tune (18)
Not Used
Filter Attack EG2 (42-45)
Env-2 Key Follow
Osc 2 Fine Tune (19)
Dynamics Time
VCA Mode (46)
Env -2 Dynamics - Off, On
Osc 2 LFO Mod (20)
Dynamics Level
VCA Level (47)
VCA LFO-1 Modulation
Osc 2 ENV Mod (21)
Not Used
Osc 2 Mode (22)
Aftertouch Destination - VCO , VCF
Osc 2 PWM (23)
Aftertouch Sensitivity
Osc 2 XMod (24)
XMod Polarity - Normal / Inverted
Osc 2 Level (25)
Not Used
Roland MKS-80 Notes
The two boards are called Upper and Lower and can have completely independent settings. The Patch Editor
can address these separately or simultaneously via the Upper/Lower Select Button.
All controls not marked GLOBAL will only effect the selected Tone Board (Upper or Lower) and the non selected
Tone Board will remain unchanged. Global commands will effect both voice boards on any page.
The VCO Range controls on the MKS-80 are variable controls. These have been placed on the Tune controls (4)
(18) on the Patch Editor.
The MKS-80 does not have a separate Noise Source as the Oscillator 2 Waveform Select Control (16) is used so
the Noise Level Control (10) has been used for the Manual Cross Modulation control.
On the Roland© MKS-80 the High Pass Filter is a continuous control so the HPF cutoff control has been placed
on the Osc 2 PW slider (17) (which is not required for the MKS-80 synthesizer).
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Studio Electronics ATC
Osc 1 Range (1)
Not Used
LFO1 Wave (26)
LFO 2 Wave (6 types)
Osc 1 Wave (2)
Not Used
LFO1 Delay (27)
Not Used
Osc 1 PW (3)
Not Used
LFO1 Speed (28)
LFO Osc 2 Rate
Osc 1 Tune (4)
Not Used
Chorus/FX Rate (29)
Not Used
Osc 1 LFO Mod (5)
Not Used
Chorus/FX Mode (30)
Not Used
Osc 1 ENV Mod (6)
Not Used
HPF (31)
Not Used
Osc 1 Mode (7)
Not Used
LPF Cutoff (32)
Active
Osc 1 PWM (8)
Not Used
LPF Resonance (33)
Active
Osc 1 Level (9)
Not Used
Filter LFO Modulation (34)
Not Used
Noise Level (10)
Not Used
Filter ENV Modulation (35)
Not Used
LFO 1 Wave (6 types)
Osc 2 Range (15)
Not Used
Filter Key Follow (36)
Not Used
Not Used
Filter ADSR EG1 (37-40)
Envelope 3
Cable and MIDI requirements
The Studio Electonics ATC uses a standard MIDI cable.
Studio Electronics ATC Controls
Osc 1 Range (1)
Not Used
LFO1 Wave (26)
Osc 1 Wave (2)
Wave type (3 types & 4 mixes)
LFO1 Delay (27)
Not Used
Osc 2 Wave (16)
Osc 1 PW (3)
Osc 1 Pulse Width
LFO1 Speed (28)
LFO Osc 1 Rate
Osc 2 PW (17)
Not Used
Filter Mode (41)
Not Used
Not Used
VCA ADSR EG2 (42-45)
Not Used
Osc 1 Tune (4)
Osc 1 Frequency
Chorus/FX Rate (29)
Not Used
Osc 2 Tune (18)
Osc 1 LFO Mod (5)
Osc 1 LFO Depth
Chorus/FX Mode (30)
Not Used
Osc 2 Fine Tune (19)
Not Used
VCA Mode (46)
Not Used
Not Used
VCA Level (47)
Active
Osc 1 ENV Mod (6)
Not Used
HPF (31)
Filter Cartridge Type (4 types)
Osc 2 LFO Mod (20)
Osc 1 Mode (7)
Not Used
LPF Cutoff (32)
Active
Osc 2 ENV Mod (21)
Not Used
Not Used
Osc 1 PWM (8)
Not Used
LPF Resonance (33)
Active
Osc 2 Mode (22)
Osc 1 Level (9)
Oscillator 1 Level
Filter LFO Modulation (34)
Not Used
Osc 2 PWM (23)
Not Used
Not Used
Not Used
Noise Level (10)
Noise Level
Filter ENV Modulation (35)
VCF Env 1 Depth
Osc 2 XMod (24)
Osc 2 Range (15)
Not Used
Filter Key Follow (36)
Active
Osc 2 Level (25)
Osc 2 Wave (16)
Wave type (3 types & 4 mixes)
Filter ADSR EG1 (37-40)
Active
Osc 2 PW (17)
Osc 2 Pulse Width
Filter Mode (41)
Envelope Mode
Osc 2 Tune (18)
Osc 2 Frequency
VCA ADSR EG2 (42-45)
Active
Osc 2 Fine Tune (19)
Osc 2 Fine Tune
VCA Mode (46)
Not Used
Osc 2 LFO Mod (20)
Osc 2 LFO Depth
VCA Level (47)
Active
Osc 2 ENV Mod (21)
Not Used
Osc 2 Mode (22)
Not Used
Osc 2 PWM (23)
Cross Mod Amount
Osc 2 XMod (24)
Osc 2 Sync Control (Normal & 3 types)
Osc 2 Level (25)
Oscillator 2 Level
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Studio Electronics ATC Notes
Some commands that are available on the ATC have no midi equivalent and cannot be edited using midi
parameter edits. Every available command has been included in this patch.
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SYNTH TABLES
Sequential Circuits Sixtrak Notes
The Sequential Circuits Sixtrak uses a Curtis CEM3394 “synth on a chip” for each of it's six voices. The CEM3394
IC contains the VCO, VCF & VCA.
Sequential Circuits Six-trak and Max
Cable and MIDI requirements
The SC Six-Trak uses a standard MIDI cable.
The Oscillator Tune and Range are combined and placed on the Oscillator 2 Tune (coarse) and Fine Tune
controls.
The Filter Keyboard Track has three possible levels, Off, 50% and 100% and the Filter Mode button will invert the
filter envelope. Green is a normal envelope and red is inverted.
Sequential Circuits Six-Trak Controls
The Sixtrak needs to be placed into Parameter Edit mode by pressing Control Record then pressing 4.
Osc 1 Range (1)
Not Used
LFO1 Wave (26)
Triangle, Square
Osc 1 Wave (2)
Not Used
LFO1 Delay (27)
Not Used
Osc 1 PW (3)
Oscillator Glide Rate
LFO1 Speed (28)
Active
Osc 1 Tune (4)
Not Used
Chorus/FX Rate (29)
Not Used
Osc 1 LFO Mod (5)
Not Used
Chorus/FX Mode (30)
Not Used
Osc 1 ENV Mod (6)
Not Used
HPF (31)
Not Used
Osc 1 Mode (7)
Not Used
LPF Cutoff (32)
Active
Osc 1 PWM (8)
Not Used
LPF Resonance (33)
Active
Osc 1 Level (9)
Oscillator / Noise Mix
Filter LFO Modulation (34)
Active
Noise Level (10)
Not Used
Filter ENV Modulation (35)
Active
Osc 2 Range (15)
Not Used (Uses Tune control for Range)
Filter Key Follow (36)
Active (off / half / full)
Osc 2 Wave (16)
Sawtooth, Triangle & Pulse in any selection
Filter ADSR EG1 (37-40)
Active
Osc 2 PW (17)
Active
Filter Mode (41)
Filter Envelope Polarity
Osc 2 Tune (18)
Coarse Tune
VCA ADSR EG2 (42-45)
Active
Osc 2 Fine Tune (19)
Fine Tune
VCA Mode (46)
Not Used
Osc 2 LFO Mod (20)
LFO Program Amount
VCA Level (47)
Active
Osc 2 ENV Mod (21)
Env Modulation
Osc 2 Mode (22)
Pulse LFO Modulation On/Off
Osc 2 PWM (23)
Filter/Osc Tri Modulation
Osc 2 XMod (24)
Oscillator Env Normal / Inverse
Osc 2 Level (25)
Not Used
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This patch can also be used on the Sequential Circuits MAX. The MAX needs to be put into parameter edit mode
by pressing 'Erase' and then keying in 34. The default midi channel on the MAX is 3. The MAX has no unison
function and the Filter LFO has no function.
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Waldorf Controls Page 2
SYNTH TABLES
Waldorf Pulse
Cable and MIDI requirements
The Waldorf Patch uses a standard MIDI cable.
This Waldorf patch uses more controls than are available on the Patch Editor so this patch has been spread over two
pages. Menu button 3 will select the active page.
Waldorf Controls Page 1
Osc 1 Range (1)
Not used
LFO1 Wave (26)
Sine, Triangle, Sawtooth, Pulse
Osc 1 Wave (2)
Triangle, Saw, Pulse
LFO1 Delay (27)
Active
Osc 1 PW (3)
DCO 1 Pulse Width
LFO1 Speed (28)
Active
Osc 1 Tune (4)
DCO 1 Semitone Adjust
Chorus/FX Rate (29)
Portamento Time
Osc 1 LFO Mod (5)
DCO 1 Pitch Mod Amount
Chorus/FX Mode (30)
Portamento Mode
Osc 1 ENV Mod (6)
Not Used
HPF (31)
Filter Mod Source (Off & 15 types)
Osc 1 Mode (7)
Pitch Mod Source (Off & 15 types)
LPF Cutoff (32)
Active
Osc 1 PWM (8)
Not Used
LPF Resonance (33)
Active
Osc 1 Level (9)
DCO 1 Level
Filter LFO Mod (34)
VCF Mod Amount
Noise Level (10)
Noise Level
Filter ENV Mod (35)
VCF ENV1 Sens
Osc 2 Range (15)
CV 2 Source (Off & 15 types)
Filter Key Follow (36)
Active
Osc 2 Wave (16)
Tri, Saw, Pulse, Cross Mod
Filter ADSR EG1 (37-40)
Active
Osc 2 PW (17)
DCO 2 Pulse Width
Filter Mode (41)
Not Used
Osc 2 Tune (18)
DCO 2 Semitone Adjust
VCA ADSR EG2 (42-45)
Active
Osc 2 Fine Tune (19)
DCO 2 Tune Adjust
VCA Mode (46)
Sustain Switch (Off, On)
Osc 2 LFO Mod (20)
CV 2 Amount
VCA Level (47)
Active
Osc 2 ENV Mod (21)
Not Used
Osc 2 Mode (22)
DCO 2 Keytrack (Off, On)
Osc 2 PWM (23)
DCO 2 Pulse Width Mod
Osc 2 XMod (24)
DCO 2 Sync (Off, On)
Osc 2 Level (25)
DCO 2 Level
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Osc 1 Range (1)
Arpeggiator Active (Off, On, Hold)
LFO2 Wave (26)
Not Used
Osc 1 Wave (2)
Arpeggiator Range (1-10 octaves)
LFO2 Delay (27)
LFO 2 Delay
Osc 1 PW (3)
Arpeggiator Tempo
LFO2 Speed (28)
LFO 2 Rate
Osc 1 Tune (4)
DCO 1 Tune Adjust
Chorus/FX Rate (29)
Not Used
Osc 1 LFO Mod (5)
Not Used
Chorus/FX Mode (30)
Not Used
Osc 1 ENV Mod (6)
Not Used
HPF (31)
Env 1 Trigger Mode
Osc 1 Mode (7)
Arpeggiator Clock (32 settings)
VCF Cutoff (32)
Active
Osc 1 PWM (8)
Pitch Bend Scale
VCF Resonance (33)
Active
Osc 1 Level (9)
Not Used
Filter LFO Mod (34)
VCF Mod Amount
Noise Level (10)
External Signal Level
Filter ENV Mod (35)
VCF ENV1 Sens
Osc 3 Range (15)
Arpeggiator Mode (7 types)
Filter Key Follow (36)
Active
Osc 3 Wave (16)
Tri, Saw, Pulse
ADSR EG3 (37-40)
Release Only - Env 1 Keyfollow Amount
Osc 3 PW (17)
DCO 3 Pulse Width
Filter Mode (41)
Env 1 Trigger Mode
Osc 3 Tune (18)
DCO 3 Semitone Adjust
ADSR EG2 (42-45)
Release Only - Env 2 Keyfollow Amount
Osc 3 Fine Tune (19)
DCO 3 Fine Detune
VCA Mode (46)
Sustain Switch (Off, On)
Osc 3 LFO Mod (20)
Not Used
VCA Level (47)
VCA Panning
Osc 3 ENV Mod (21)
Not Used
Osc 3 Mode (22)
Not Used
Osc 3 PWM (23)
Not Used
Osc 3 XMod (24)
Not Used
Osc 3 Level (25)
DCO 3 Level
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SYNTH TABLES
Waldorf Q/Q Plus MicroQ
Cable and MIDI requirements
The Waldorf Patch uses a standard MIDI cable.
This Waldorf patch uses more controls than are available on the Patch Editor so this patch has been spread over two
pages. Menu button 3 will select the active page.
Waldorf Q Controls Page 1
Osc 1 Range (1)
64', 32', 16', 8', 4', 2', 1'
LFO1 Wave (26)
LFO 1 Sine, Tri, Saw, Sqr, Random, S&H
Osc 1 Wave (2)
Sine, Tri, Saw, Pulse, Alt 1, Alt 2
LFO1 Delay (27)
LFO 1 Delay
Osc 1 PW (3)
DCO 1 Pulse Width
LFO1 Speed (28)
LFO 1 Rate
Osc 1 Tune (4)
DCO 1 Semitone Adjust
Chorus/FX Rate (29)
FX 1 Mix
Osc 1 LFO Mod (5)
DCO 1 FM Level
Chorus/FX Mode (30)
Not Used
Osc 1 ENV Mod (6)
Not Used
HPF (31)
VCF 1 Type - Bypass/10 types
Osc 1 Mode (7)
DCO 1 Mod Source - Off/14 sources
LPF 1 Cutoff (32)
VCF 1 Cutoff
Osc 1 PWM (8)
DCO 1 Pulse Width Mod
LPF 1 Resonance (33)
VCF 1 Resonance
Osc 1 Level (9)
DCO 1 Level
Filter 1 LFO Mod (34)
VCF 1 FM
Noise Level (10)
Noise / Ext In Level
Filter 1 ENV Mod (35)
VCF 1 Env Depth
Osc 2 Range (15)
64', 32', 16', 8', 4', 2', 1'
Filter Key Follow (36)
VCF 1 Keytrack
Osc 2 Wave (16)
Sine, Tri, Saw, Pulse, Alt 1, Alt 2
Filter ADSR EG1 (37-40)
VCF Env A/D/S/R
Osc 2 PW (17)
DCO 2 Pulse Width
Filter Mode (41)
VCF 1 Mod Source - Off/13 sources
Osc 2 Tune (18)
DCO 2 Semitone Adjust
VCA ADSR EG2 (42-45)
VCA Env A/D/S/R
Osc 2 Fine Tune (19)
DCO 2 Fine Detune
VCA Mode (46)
Not Used
Osc 2 LFO Mod (20)
DCO 1 FM Level
VCA Level (47)
Total volume
Osc 2 ENV Mod (21)
Not Used
Osc 2 Mode (22)
DCO 2 Mod Source - Off/14 sources
Osc 2 PWM (23)
DCO 2 Pulse Width Mod
Osc 2 XMod (24)
Sync On/Off
Osc 2 Level (25)
DCO 2 Level
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Osc 3 Range (1)
64', 32', 16', 8', 4', 2', 1'
LFO2 Wave (26)
LFO 2 Sine, Tri, Saw, Sqr, Random, S&H
Osc 3 Wave (2)
Sine, Tri, Saw, Pulse
LFO2 Delay (27)
LFO 2 Delay
Osc 3 PW (3)
DCO 3 Pulse Width
LFO2 Speed (28)
LFO 2 Rate
Osc 3 Tune (4)
DCO 3 Semitone Adjust
Chorus/FX Rate (29)
FX 2 Mix
Osc 3 LFO Mod (5)
DCO 3 FM Level
Chorus/FX Mode (30)
Not Used
Osc 3 ENV Mod (6)
Not Used
HPF (31)
VCF 2 Type - Bypass/10 types
Osc 3 Mode (7)
DCO 1 Mod Source - Off/14 sources
LPF 2 Cutoff (32)
VCF 2 Cutoff
Osc 3 PWM (8)
DCO 1 Pulse Width Mod
LPF 2 Resonance (33)
VCF 2 Resonance
Osc 3 Level (9)
DCO 1 Level
Filter 2 LFO Mod (34)
VCF 2 FM
Noise Level (10)
Not Used
Filter 2 ENV Mod (35)
VCF 2 Env Depth
Osc 2 Range (15)
Not Used
Filter Key Follow (36)
VCF 2 Keytrack
Osc 2 Wave (16)
Not Used
Filter ADSR EG1 (37-40)
Env 3 A/D/S/R
Osc 2 PW (17)
Not Used
Filter Mode (41)
VCF 2 Mod Source - Off/13 sources
Osc 2 Tune (18)
Not Used
VCA ADSR EG2 (42-45)
Env 4 A/D/S/R
Osc 2 Fine Tune (19)
Not Used
VCA Mode (46)
Not Used
Osc 2 LFO Mod (20)
Not Used
VCA Level (47)
Total volume
Osc 2 ENV Mod (21)
Not Used
Osc 2 Mode (22)
Not Used
Osc 2 PWM (23)
Not Used
Osc 2 XMod (24)
Not Used
Osc 2 Level (25)
DCO Ring Mod Level
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SYNTH TABLES
Waldorf MicroWave 1
Cable and MIDI requirements
The Waldorf Patch uses a standard MIDI cable.
This Waldorf patch uses more controls than are available on the Patch Editor so this patch has been spread over two
pages. Menu button 3 will select the active page.
Waldorf MicroWave 1 Controls Page 1
Osc 1 Range (1)
DCO1 Oct Shift (-2 > +2)
LFO1 Wave (26)
LFO 1 Sine, Saw, Pulse, Random
Osc 1 Wave (2)
Not Used
LFO1 Delay (27)
LFO 1 Delay
Osc 1 PW (3)
Not Used
LFO1 Speed (28)
LFO 1 Rate
Osc 1 Tune (4)
DCO 1 Semitone Adjust
Chorus/FX Rate (29)
LFO 1 Modifier 1 Level
Osc 1 LFO Mod (5)
DCO 1 Modifier 1 Level
Chorus/FX Mode (30)
LFO 1 Modifier 1 Source Select (17 types)
Osc 1 ENV Mod (6)
DCO 1 Modifier 2 Level
HPF (31)
VCF Res Modifier 1 Source Select (17 types)
Osc 1 Mode (7)
DCO 1 Modifier 1 Source Select (17 types)
LPF 1 Cutoff (32)
VCF 1 Cutoff
Osc 1 PWM (8)
DCO 1 Modifier 2 Source Select (17 types)
LPF 1 Resonance (33)
VCF 1 Resonance
Osc 1 Level (9)
Wave 1 Level
Filter 1 LFO Mod (34)
VCF 1 Modifier 1 Level
Noise Level (10)
Noise Level
Filter 1 ENV Mod (35)
VCF 1 Envelope Level
Osc 2 Range (15)
DCO2 Oct Shift (-2 > +2)
Filter Key Follow (36)
VCF 1 Keytrack
Osc 2 Wave (16)
Not Used
Filter ADSR EG1 (37-40)
VCF Env A/D/S/R
Osc 2 PW (17)
DCO 2 Pulse Width
Filter Mode (41)
VCF Modifier 1 Source Select (17 types)
Osc 2 Tune (18)
DCO 2 Semitone Adjust
VCA ADSR EG2 (42-45)
VCA Env A/D/S/R
Osc 2 Fine Tune (19)
DCO 2 Detune
VCA Mode (46)
Not Used
Osc 2 LFO Mod (20)
DCO 2 Modifier 1 Level
VCA Level (47)
Total volume
Osc 2 ENV Mod (21)
DCO 2 Modifier 2 Level
Osc 2 Mode (22)
DCO 2 Modifier 1 Source Select (17 types)
Osc 2 PWM (23)
DCO 2 Modifier 2 Source Select (17 types)
Osc 2 XMod (24)
Not Used
Osc 2 Level (25)
Wave 2 Level
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Osc 1 Range (1)
Not Used
LFO Wave (26)
LFO 2 Sine, Saw, Pulse, Random
Osc 1 Wave (2)
Not Used
LFO Delay (27)
LFO 2 Delay
Osc 1 PW (3)
Wave 1 Start Position
LFO Speed (28)
LFO 2 Rate
Osc 1 Tune (4)
Wave 1 Start Sample
Chorus/FX Rate (29)
LFO 2 Symmetry
Osc 1 LFO Mod (5)
Wave 1 Modifier 1 Amount
Chorus/FX Mode (30)
LFO 2 Humanize Type
Osc 1 ENV Mod (6)
Wave 1 Envelope Amount
HPF (31)
Not Used
Osc 1 Mode (7)
Wave 1 Modifier 1 Source Select (17 types)
LPF Cutoff (32)
VCF Cutoff
Osc 1 PWM (8)
Wave 1 Modifier 2 Amount
LPF Resonance (33)
VCF Resonance Mod 1 Amount
Osc 1 Level (9)
Wave 1 Keytrack Amount
Filter LFO Mod (34)
VCF Modifier 1 Level
Noise Level (10)
Not Used
Filter ENV Mod (35)
VCF Envelope Level
Osc 2 Range (15)
Not Used
Filter Key Follow (36)
VCF Keytrack
Osc 2 Wave (16)
Not Used
Filter ADSR EG1 (37-40)
Not Used
Osc 2 PW (17)
Wave 2 Start Position
Filter Mode (41)
Not Used
Osc 2 Tune (18)
Wave 2 Start Sample
VCA ADSR EG2 (42-45)
Not Used
Osc 2 Fine Tune (19)
Wave 1 & 2 Wave Table
VCA Mode (46)
Not Used
Osc 2 LFO Mod (20)
Wave 2 Modifier 1 Amount
VCA Level (47)
VCA Volume Envelope Amount
Osc 2 ENV Mod (21)
Wave 2 Envelope Amount
Osc 2 Mode (22)
Wave 2 Modifier 1 Source Select (17 types)
Osc 2 PWM (23)
Wave 2 Modifier 2 Amount
Osc 2 XMod (24)
Not Used
Osc 2 Level (25)
Wave 2 Keytrack Amount
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Unsupported synthesizers
The following synthesizer types have been tested and found to be not suitable for controlling with the Patch Editor.
Yamaha DX7
Ensoniq ESQ-1
The Yamaha DX7 synthesizer is FM based and few of the Patch Editor controls are
suitable. This is what is required.
The Ensoniq ESQ-1 synthesizer does not support midi control well. The ESQ-1 requires simulated
button presses via midi to make changes which is very slow and not suitable for real time control.
Some controllers get around this by sending a patch dump each time a control is moved. This system
is not suitable for the Patch Editor as every setting on a patch will be overwritten each time any
control is changed.
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MIDI IMPLEMENTATION
Parameter Name
Parameter Number
Osc 2 Wave
MidiCC Support
The Patch Editor will recognize MidiCC controlling commands. All MIDI data is sent out the MIDI out port except when the JX-3P synthesizer or PG-800
is selected. All MIDI output is suppressed for these two synthesizer type. MIDI through is unaffected. This is explained more fully in the JX-3P/PG-200
and PG-800 Synthesizer Tables.
Data
$45 (69)
Noise
Square
Pulse
Triangle
Sawtooth
0
1
2
3
4
Notes
DW-6000 uses 8 wave forms (valid data 0-7)
DW-8000 uses 16 wave forms (valid data 0-f)
Osc 2 Pulse Width
$17 (23)
nn
nn=$00-$7f (0-127)
The MidiCC commands will only output the selected synth.
Osc 2 Tune
$18 (24)
nn
nn=$00-$7f (0-127)
Important Note:
Osc 2 Fine Tune
$19 (25)
nn
nn=$00-$7f (0-127)
Osc 2 LFO Mod
$1a (26)
nn
nn=$00-$7f (0-127)
Osc 2 ENV Mod
$1b (27)
nn
nn=$00-$7f (0-127)
Because sysex commands are much longer than MidiCC commands the Patch Editor will need to output much more data than is sent to it. This will
take extra time and there may be a noticeable lag if too much data is sent to the PE too quickly. If the Patch Editor buffer overflows data will be lost
which could result in stuck notes and other random midi errors.
Osc 2 PWM Mode
MidiCC Codes recognised by the Patch Editor. All values are in hex ($xx)
Format
Bn xx yy
Midi Command Code ($Bn) n=midi channel-1 $0-$f (0-15)
xx = parameter number (see table below)
yy = parameter data
Parameter Number
Osc 1 Range
Data
$1c (28)
Osc 2 Sync
$47 (72)
X
2
1
0
Sync
Metal
Notes
$41 (65)
32'
16'
8'
4'
2'
Osc 1 Wave
0
1
2
3
4
$42 (66)
Noise
Square
Pulse
Triangle
Sawtooth
0
1
2
3
4
$1d (29)
LFO Wave
$48 (73)
Random
Square
Triangle
Sawtooth
DW-6000 uses 8 wave forms (valid data 0-7)
DW-8000 uses 16 wave forms (valid data 0-f)
LFO Delay
$1f (31)
nn
nn=$00-$7f (0-127)
Chorus Mode
$49 (74)
Off
On/1
2
$11 (17)
nn
nn=$00-$7f (0-127)
Chorus Rate
Osc 1 LFO Mod
$12 (18)
nn
nn=$00-$7f (0-127)
High Pass Filter
Osc 1 ENV Mod
$13 (19)
nn
nn=$00-$7f (0-127)
nn=$00-$7f (0-127)
Osc 1 Level
$15 (21)
nn
nn=$00-$7f (0-127)
Noise Level
$16 (22)
nn
nn=$00-$7f (0-127)
Osc 2 Range
$44 (68)
32'
16'
8'
4'
2'
0
1
2
3
4
$20 (32)
nn
$4a (75)
nn=$00-$7f (0-127)
Roland JX-3P and MKS-80 have 11 steps
0
1
2
3
Filter Cutoff
$21 (33)
nn
nn=$00-$7f (0-127)
Filter Resonance
$22 (34)
nn
nn=$00-$7f (0-127)
Filter LFO Mod
$23 (35)
nn
nn=$00-$7f (0-127)
Filter Env Mod
$24 (36)
nn
nn=$00-$7f (0-127)
Filter Key Mod
$25 (37)
nn
nn=$00-$7f (0-127)
Filter EG Attack
$27 (39)
nn
nn=$00-$7f (0-127)
Filter EG Decay
$28 (40)
nn
nn=$00-$7f (0-127)
Filter EG Sustain
$29 (41)
nn
nn=$00-$7f (0-127)
Filter EG Release
$30 (42)
nn
nn=$00-$7f (0-127)
Filter Mode
$4b (76)
0
1
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0
1
2
0
1
2
3
$43 (67)
nn
0
1
2
3
LFO Rate
Osc 1 Tune
$14 (20)
nn=$00-$7f (0-127)
nn=$00-$7f (0-127)
nn=$00-$7f (0-127)
Osc 1 PWM Adjust
nn
nn
nn
0
1
2
nn=$00-$7f (0-127)
$1e (30)
$10 (16)
Env
LFO
Key
nn
0
1
2
3
4
5
Osc 2 Level
Osc 1 Pulse Width
Osc 1 PWM Mode
0
1
2
Osc 2 PWM Adjust
Note: Parameters not active for the selected synthesizer or contain invalid data will be ignored
Note: The Roland JX-3P uses $00-$ff as a control range. As this cannot be sent via SysEx the parameter value byte is doubled within the Patch Editor.
Parameter Name
$46 (70)
Env
LFO
Key
0
1
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Parameter Name
Parameter Number
Data
VCA EG Attack
$2b (43)
nn
nn=$00-$7f (0-127)
VCA EG Decay
$2c (44)
nn
nn=$00-$7f (0-127)
VCA EG Sustain
$2d (45)
nn
nn=$00-$7f (0-127)
VCA EG Release
$2e (46)
nn
nn=$00-$7f (0-127)
VCA Mode
$4c (77)
1
2
3/Env
4/Gate
VCA Level
Notes
0
1
2
3
$2f (47)
nn
nn=$00-$7f (0-127)
Synth Table Order Entries
Sysex Dump format
;a
11110000
;b
00000000
;c
00100001
;d
00010110
;e
01100000
;f
00000000
;g
00000000
;h
0xxxxxxx
;i
11110111
$f0
$00, $21, $16
Sysex Start
Kiwitechnics ID
$60 $00
PE Product
$00
$xx
$f7
Command type - $00=Synth Order Dump
currently 29 bytes of data
End of Sysex
Data format is 29 bytes, one for each table entry in the order in the table below. Each entry can be $00-$1c (0-20). The default data looks like
$00,$01,$02,$03,$04,$05,$06,$07,$08,$09,$0a,$0b,$0c,$0d,$0e,$0f,$10,$11,$12,$13,$14,$15,$16,$17,$18,$19,$1a,$1b,$1c.
As an example is you want the PE to select synth tables in the order Kiwi106, Roland MKS-70, Korg DW6000 and then the rest, the data will look like
$03,$13,$08,$00,$01,$02,$04,$05,$06,$07,$09,$0a,$0b,$0c,$0d,$0e,$0f,$10,$11,$12,$14,$15,$16,$17,$18,$19,$1a,$1b,$1c.
Important Notes:
Each entry must be unique and there must be no missing numbers. After these entries have been modified the PE must have a valid entry for each
synth table (currently 0-28). Any table numbers are above the maximum number the sysex dump will be ignored. Duplicates will cause unpredictable
behaviour in the PE. Default entries can be restored using the PE Erase memory Boot (XMod held while power on).
USE AT YOUR OWN RISK
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Table Number
Notes
Synth
Table Number Notes
Cheetah MS1
0
Default=$00 (0)
Roland Juno1/2/MKS50
15
Default=$0f (15)
RhodesChroma
1
Default=$01 (1)
Roland Juno 106
16
Default=$10 (16)
Kawai K3m
2
Default=$02 (2)
Roland 8P
17
Default=$11 (17)
Kiwi106
3
Default=$03 (3)
Roland MKS30 (JH Mod)
18
Default=$12 (18)
Kiwi3P
4
Default=$04 (4)
Roland MKS70/JX10
19
Default=$13 (19)
KiwiSix
5
Default=$05 (5)
Roland MKS80
20
Default=$14 (20)
Korg DSS1
6
Default=$06 (6)
Roland JD990FX
21
Default=$15 (21)
Korg DSM1
7
Default=$07 (7)
Roland JD990Tone
22
Default=$16 (22)
Korg DW6000
8
Default=$08 (8)
SC Sixtrak/Max
23
Default=$17 (23)
Korg DW8000
9
Default=$09 (9)
SE ATCX
24
Default=$18 (24)
Korg M1
10
Default=$0a (10)
Waldorf MW1
25
Default=$19 (25)
Moog Slim Phatty
11
Default=$0b (11)
Waldorf Pulse
26
Default=$1a (26)
Matrix M6r
12
Default=$0c (12)
Waldorf MicroQ
27
Default=$1b (27)
Matrix M1000
13
Default=$0d (13)
Generic MidiCC
28
Default=$1c (28)
Organix 3P
14
Default=$0e (14)
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